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kerchief Ex tracts 

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CamplMU's rrCMirlptlon Stora. 






COAL 



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VOL. ClIL, NO, 220, 



VICTORIA. B, C, SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1910. 



TWENTY PAGES 



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Canada Free 



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)Ut you get the advantage of their 
entrance into Canada DUTY FREE — a 
point worth considering. 



OVERSHADOID 



Allegations That Revelations of 
Stealings From Railways 
Will Make the> Other Kind 
Look Small 



STAfiT IS MADE 



the Vioodw'lnklng of railway executive 
oftlclalB by underllnga. I iiiedlct that 
oilier n.md.s will waken uii and that 
TTtc-lr'TiwiiUeuIng will produce more thuii 
one at'MHntlon." 

rrt-.sldent Harratittn nwaltod the ml- 
nule details oC Uie InvestlKittlon before 
HlrlklnK. When he consldereil lh,> tim.' 
lip,.', as he did iBHt night, he took the 
field himself. lie called on .lustlo,' 
OlHon, of the nuirilclpalcourt, and with 
the H-sslstmice of tho dooumontH ami 
nhotOKriiph.s, laid the case before hlni, 
.ludKe Olson referred him to Judge 
BniKKeineyer, In the Jurisdiction of 
wliose court, the Illinois Cenlial offl- 
eiul.s are located. Judke BrugKOineyor 
l.sHued the warrants but maiie anTiffort 
to ki'cp the. fact a secret. 

Not until th"? arrests were made thiH 
afternoon did the .secret leak out. It 
. canned a m-nnathin in railway and ko- 
ri';il circles, where the defendiinlH urn 
u,-ll known. Jlenrlng on tlie wiirrants 
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ON ILLINOIS CENTRAL 



Challoner & Mitchell Co., Ltd. 

Jevvcliers 1017 Goyernment Street 



Prominent Ex-Officials of the 
Road Including General 
Manager Arrested by Order 
of President Harrahan 



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CHICAGO, Aug. 19. — Three former of- 
flcials of the Ullnols Central Railway 
company were arrested today in con- 
nection witii the alleged huge frauds by 
means of which the railroad 1h salrt to 
have been 8Windt,"d out of $1,600,000. 
— THe m e n — a rf- o st r^^t^-Hri-e— Vran4<— tt.— Har- 



si.'i fur next ifrldiiy. 



British Force for 

LMl^A, Aug. :iO.— The 



TERM REMAINS 
FOUR YEARS 



General Conference Negatives 
Proposal to Double Time 
Minister May Spend on 
Circuit 



Auto« Start in Race 

iiJUOnVoN BKACH, August lS»,-In 
the :i4 hour auto nice, .seven ol' the nine 
cars entered shot iiway from the murk 
;iO minutes later than the time ^Hched- 
ulod. , The KleinnH cur, With Chria 
Fiitske at the wheel, got away, In the 
h-ad and Mnlahed tlie lirst mile In 1.14 
:i-h. The early morniiig rain mado 
the track almoKt perfect for Jfood rac- 
ing, and there wa.s no du.sl raised as 
llie cars tore rouiiil the oiic-inile 
,;lipHe. 




DISCUSSION PROVES 

AN ANIMATED ONE 



Tibet. 
•Jrtlh MiilT' 
Corps at Luokiiow, the !H hat Umballa 
the 10th at Meertit, arid the Itli at 
UureiUy have been ordered; -to mobi- 
lize ill readiness to start for Tibet. 
The 48th Plon'-ers and No. 1 Company 
of the Sappers and Miner.s will prob 
ably be the first troops to move. Major 
11. Lindsay, station supply officer at 
ZuUundur, has been -upiiointedj, ba.se 
transport officer at Slllguri: Major H. 
Ilrooke and Captain .Mark S\nf<e, Sup- 
ply and Tran.sport t'orp-s, .supply offic- 
ers at Onatong: and Captain S. Pad-» 
don, SSth Jacobs' Horse (attached to 
a uppl j: . jmiUlranspor t Corp 
train offieel^ ' • 



Tlie Store that Serves you Best -.--••':;-™~ 

Nice Nectarines and Red 
Peaches Tliat Are "Peaches 



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"S'nu'll fimt the lar.cfcst assortment of Fancy "Prewf -Fruit 
in I'.ritish Columbia right .Jiiere — just the knttlfliat pleases 
particular people. Kverything in season,' domestic and for- 

cig'n. Prices right for purchaser.-^. , 



Saturday Bargains 

Tokay Grapes, today per baskipt -.j^. • • »• 40<^ 

Prune PTul^^^^ef crate today ....: $i.oo 

' Fancy Apples, per box today, $2.00, $1.50, $1.25 and $1.00 
Rowat's Lime Juice Cordial, today per bottle ......25c 

OLnlvie's Rolled Oats, 81b. sack today ,1. 25c 





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IN HANEy CASE 



Committee Favored a Period of 
Eight Years But the Debate 
Showed a Diversity of Opin- 
ions. 



Crippen Still in Quebec. 

QITKBEC, Aug. VJ-— '-'■Ippeiv und 
.Mile. I.,'i)eve are still here, fretting 
under the delay in the arrangements 
for their departure. No one knows 
the reason for it out.sUle of Inspector 
Dew and the attorney-geniTUl and 
thi-y Uo not talk. Autos are kept In 
constant readiness near the corner of 
Maph; afenue and Grande alley, each 
paper having some friend among the 
staff of the St. George's boarding 
iioiisc, where Inspector Dew's party 
are all stopping and every train is 
being watched. 



Findings of Board Appointed 
- by Provincial Government lu 
'Enquire Into Fire Insurance 
Matters 



The Me,tljodiHt Conference proceed- 
ings were enlivened yesterday after- 
nooa by an animated and at times 
an iacrtmonlous discussion which 
arose on a recommendation from the 
Itinerancy and Transfer Committer 



Tels. 



DIXi H. ROSS & CO. 

Independent Grocers, 1317 Government Street — 
50, 51,, 52 - - - - Liquor. Dept. TeU rsgo 



rahan, former general maiiager of the 
road:, Charles L. Ewlng, former mana- 
ger of linos north of Ohio; .lolin K. 
Taylor, formerly general storekeeper of 
the road. The warrants were sworn to 
by the president of ihe railroad con- 
cernnJ. They chaig.' the-threii men 
with conspiracy ' to cheat and defraud 
the railroad by false pretenses and with 
operating a confidence game. Harra- 
han and Kvving were taken to the Harri- 
son street police station. Their bonds 
of $10,000 each werj». signed by ptiilea- 
sional' bondsmen. 

, The allegations in the so-caMed, graft 
taue ai-e among the most ecnaatlonal 

in which high officials of a great cor- 
poration ever h?.ve been named. The 

Investigation began over a year ago. 

It reached a crisis last spring, when 
.President Harrahan began actions 

to recover sums said to aggregate more 

than a million dollars, alle'god i,) have 

be'jn secun.'d ny car repni!- companies 

by the connivance of high offlcljals of 

the road. Harrahan. Kwlng, Taylor and 

a large number of other lesser faiagnfft?S 

resigned their positions. 

Much of the mon<"v \n snld/to hdve 

been repaid prlvatel- . .. 

The name of Xra t;. ;.„ ,, vfeeipre*!- 1 '^^^^ Canadian orflrlalB took steps to have 

dent Of the ron.l. who resigned to be-fthe man Identified. Yeiaterday a Plnk- 



Vernon Boy Drowned. 
VKRN'ON, Aug. Id. — His arms en 
tangle d. In colls.iit.a fishing line, the 
body of Tommy \f eira, son of A. 
Weira, chemist vVas found today sub- 
merged In five feet of water. With 
his brother, Arthiir, the lad had gone 
to fish, and fell off the end of a 
float. The fish line became entangled 
round his arms. Unable to struggle 
ashore, he was drowned. The boy 
was a nephew of L. W. Shalford, 
member of the legislature for Simlllc- 
ameen. 



URGE FORMATION OF 

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT 



Prohibition of Unlicensed Com- 
panies Operating in Province 

- Save Where Special License 
Is Obtained by Insurer 



Man Sent From Los Angeles to 
Dillon Says Suspect there Is 

'. One of Brothers, „But Ho 
Does Not Know Which 



L)U.UO,N. Mont,, Aug. 19— Whlcli of 
the notorious Haney brother*. Bill or 
Dan. was killed following' ttrehxilrtup of 
a C. F ri. train ncer A»hcroft, B. C. a 
ye ar a go 7 

X1j1» is— the question which lui.s arisen 
here in connection with a suspect who Is 
held in Jail In thl.« town, following an 
attempt to rob a bank. It was believed 
that th^- prisoner was Bill Haiiey, and 



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On Page 

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McCandles^ Bros. & Cathcart 

555 Johnson Street - Victoria, B. C. -■—- 

Positively No Credit. 



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The Height of Hospitality 



1 f a friend from over the way should step in, 
He's hailc/J;with a. hearty goodf chjlef, 

.\nd he nevei- r«pcnts^aiyie,lasjys&.thc.«^ 
bf Lemp*s4>€st bottle-^f-fe«^; 



come president of the MOnon, and who 
was found dead * recently at his home 
with a bullet wound In hla breast, was. 
brought. Into the scA^ndal. Murray Nel- 
son. Jr., attorney /for the Illinois Cen- 
tral, stated today that Hawn's • death 
headed off wiu^rants which. woUld have 
been issued for him. «* 

Private detectives Wlio fl,re wtn-klng 
under the/ dlrectlort of President fiar- 
rahani *re said to have unearthed 
fraud.S/'other than those connected with 
the/padded car repair ibills. These, are 
said to Involve the diverting of |l,boO,- 
(tpi) or more' of construction funds. ' The 
.^Investigators declare, thc-y have secured 
several confession's whicli ■will be used 
In their attempt to fasten the guilt on 
the culpable persons. 

Today's developments' brini? the name 
of'-Hwlng Into' tlte ca;8e . for the first 
time. He was seen-ftt his residence by 
reporters, but declined to dlscuiia the 
charges against him, Mr. Harrahan em- 
braced the opportunity to ; declare his 
innocence. • ,. ' '• 

"i have never l>een approached l)y*'an 
attorney or' detective engaged In this 
case." said Mr. Harrahan. ''I am per- 
fectly Ihnocent of any and all char^ijs 
made against me^ i will admit fliat 1 
have been awaiting some siich action 
as this In' order' to refute the charge. 
I am glad of, the oppor.tunlty to clear 
rhy name.-. 1 have, always been true to 
my friends, and 1 want them to know, 
as will be. sHown Ih jC-Ourt, that I al- 
ways was trae to the Illinois Central." 

Mr. hjlarrattan's connection with the 
Illinois Centrt|l covers a period of 31 
y-»aFs. He began. 'fas a' civil cnKlnoer's 
apprentice, seryinis three years as lis- 
sistarit roadmaster and . through the 
grades of; conatrilctlon' engineer, train- 
master and division supe rintendent to 
tho general ■ managership, ' — r———-'^---- 

•An official of ttie road Intimated that 
other wafrajits aVouI,! follow tiiose Is- 
sued today. .He declared that the sy.s- 
tcjrt of graft linearlhed by the railroads 
niakes political graft look trSvlaL__ 

. "■VVe will get the last man In this 
conspiracy If It- takes us down to the 

"The.'masB of evidence we have 'secured 
is sb ^reat th!),t it detrionjrtra'ted that 
tlia polfttcnl graft In its palmiest con- 
ditions pas.se.s Into Inslgnitlc.ance beside 



NEWS SUMMARY 



erton detective from Los Angelas, ac-' 
Companled by Frank Deahn. of that city, 
arrived in Dillon for this purpose, l^eahm 
was sent by the (:^nadlan authorities tt) 
look the prisoner over, as he was Intim- 
ately aCaualnted wUh the Haney family. 

As soon as he saw the'suspect, Deahm 
declared that It was either Bill or Dan 
Haney, but he could not make tip his 
mind which. Deahm said that he work- 
ed for Hatiey In Los Angeles, where the 
latter Was a contractor, owned a fine 
residence and had a w'lfe arid family. 

Deahm Identified the bay horse ridden 
by the prisoner when he attempted to 
hold up the bank here fls one belonging 
to, Dan Haney. He said that he himself 
had riddc/i the animal many times in Los 
Angeles. . .He claimed that the Canadian 
officials, did not know whether if was 
Bin or Dnri Haney who was killed during 
the pttrnult of the A ah croft train robbers. 



FtS IN OIGON 

ER LIVES 



that tTie Dlselpllne of the Church be 
so amended as to allow Ministers to 
remain eight years Instead of four 
on any one circuit. The recommenda- 
tion was finally negatived two-thirds 
of the delegates voting against. 

On the reading of the recommenda- 
tion delegates rose in all parts of the 
hall to object; move amendments and 
speak In favor of the extension of 
the time limit. It ■was with some dif- 
ficulty that Dr. Carman at length 
restored order. 

The Rev. Dr; W. R,., Young, of 
Montreal was the first to be heard 
moving an amendment to the report 
of the Itinerary Coninilttee his mo-, 
tiqn reading that such extension of 
time should only be voted on for one 
year at a time. This carried. 
, A stormy discussion foIlowedV 
Many of the delegates expressed 
themselves In favor ot- an extension 
of the time limit but conslderablo' 
dlhcordancy prevailed as to whether 
It should be five; 'six or eight years. 
An amendm>nt moved by Mr. C H. 
C. Fortner, of Toronto, finally 
broti-ght .down the discussion to the 
basis of whether ther^ — «bou!d or 
should not be any extension of the 
time limit. Mr. Kortner inove^ that 
the portion of the report suggesting 
eight years should be struck out and 
the term of four y^ars as at present 
should hold igood during, the next 
quadrennlum. 

Again a chaotic wave .swept' over 
the assembly, dPt^Krtte'S sprlngInK to 
their feet simultaneously endeavor*-' 
ing to catch the chairman's eye. Dr. 
Carman strove to put the amendment 
without discussion biit his action 
raised a storm of protest. J3_^ex- 
plnlnlng to the question before them 
the General Superintendent .pointed. 
Out that It had now resolved Itsellf 
Into whether the time ^Imtt should 
be four years or eight. 

A Misunderstanding. 

Mr. J. R. B. Starr of Toronto said 
that there was evidently a ^nlsunder- 
atandlng amo.oK the delegates as to 
(Continued on pngel4.) 





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The Fire insurance Commission, con- 
sisting of Messrs. R. S. L<ennle, chair- 
man; D. H. Macdawall. and A. B. 
Ersklne — which was appointed on the 
4th of February last, under that chap- 
ter of the Provincial Statutes respect- 
ing enquiries concerning public mat- 
ters — yesterday, presi'iited to His Honor 
4he— Lleutenant-Xiovenior their -ttndlng 
and report, attached to which 'was a 
voluminous mass of evidence received 
by the Commission dftrlng the sittings 
held in this city, Vancouver and Nel- 
3>jn. 

The specific purpose of this Com- 
mission was to mafco enquiry geiiii- 
ally into the business of fire Insurai'ice 
as carried on In British Columbia! in- 
cluding tho placing of insurance by 
persons in this province with compan- 
ies or associations in the United 
Slates and other Jurisdictions; and the 
Commission was einpowered and di- 
rected to report in writing upon the 
results of lis Investigations, more es- 
pecially as to the adyisability and bent 
methods of Government supervision of 
the operations and financial standing: 
of all coifipanles or associations car- 
rying on the business of fire Insurance 
In this province, aTid as to compelling 
them to obtain licenses frona the prov-. 
. . . J. ^ , .u .ilnce authorising the transactions of 

from f^tewarl Inland, and we hope the ^^^^ business, and to furnish adequate 

security to Hritlsh Columbia policy 



Five Miles of Grading Done on 
Mr., Mann's Portland Canal 
Short Line— Dock and Ap- 
proach Building 



VANCOUVER, Ayg. 19.— "We have 
five miles of grading already cbtnpleted 



whole sixteen m^les of track .will *>e laid 
before the end of this year. The build- 
in* of the dock,. 160 feet by 66 feet, is 
now completed, jmd we are now busy 
working on the approach over the tlde- 
flata; — This Approach when finished'* will 
be 5,500 In length, and the work Is be- 
ing pushed ahead with all possible 
speed." 

This was the statement made to the 
Colonist representative at the Hotel 
Vancouver this rooming by W. H. Grant.' 
'who is In charge of the construction 
work on the Portland Canal short Ilm^ 
railway, which Is being built by D.t D. 
Mann and associates. 

Mr., Grant further stated that the two 
englries which are now tying In Vancou- 
ver will be' shjpped up , to Stewart on 
.September 10. The work is not going on 
as rapidly as might be wished on account 
of tlie difficulty in securing labor. 



HUGE ORCHARD 



Sg^karie -men to Have Fruit-Bearing 

Tract of 2,000 A creij— Irrigated 

From River. ' 



Guarding Against Cholera 
.BERLIN, August 19. — An order was 
issued today' qalllng for the most 
stringent Inspection at German ports 
of all ves-sels from Odessa^ ftussia, 
owing ,to the outbreak of cholera In 
southern Russia. 



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PflfO 

1 — Comniissinn's Cpncluslons; 
.Term rf-maliis four years, 
political graft overshadowed 
,2— •Achieves triumph ,ii .S:iNik7i- 
toon fair. ('h.' ; '!iade> 

in Civil sr-rvic'e. 
7l—-Vi;ic(' pjans II V i rir.st 

session. CIt.v 111 ,v it 

iiM^-ans biiwiiicHhi. 
. ■!-- iCditoriai. 
5 — .Social 11 Hi! personal. 
6 — News ol' the city. 
i Of the I 
■>\'oman'': '■■ i, .. 
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10--:-\ad;i , . ;. 

11 -Mqoncy'a augai- wofcrs. 
12~Moter Arrivals. Q(^\u ; ,, 

(Jeneral News. 
LI-^Heal estate. 
14— Marine. 
15— MarketH 

16 — (MfissllU-d Aiiv I'l i.is'ail'Mits 
17 — Mining Department. 
18— Civic bylaws. 
19 — i(;anadlans In SwfdiPli oiyiii- 

:'ii- David .Spencpr, Ltd. 



Crater Lake National Forest 
Being Rapidly Consumed— 
Five Htmdred More Soldiers 
Wanted to Fight Flames 



PORTLAND, (,Jre.. Aug, 19.-T-Fiye 
luindred more, troops have been caill- 
ed for by the forestry service to fight 
the forest fires now spreading In 
southern Oregon. Two hundred and 
fifty men will leave the American 
Lake encampment, Washington., to- 
morrow:, Ihdudlng two companies of 
mounted Infantry. Horse^ivhloh hav? 
been hauling, the ar.tlUfery wUlbe used 
as paclf-ffnlmalis. 

The soldiers will be divided between 
the fire now rfivaglng the Crater Lake 
national forest, where the line of fire 
extends for eighteen miles,' and an- 
other .fire at B.uck .Lake, thlrtyrflve 
miles east of Ashland,, where, fanned 
by a fierce wind, the flames have en- 
dtttigereift ""lives, especially of a nun*- 
ber of' settlers. Were the roar of "the 
flames may be heard for miles, and 
embers carried by the gale set new 
fires f;ir ^n advance of_i the present 
,,.,,.,„..■ ^ ■ • , .-< J 

• 'rater Lake reserve fires are 
.., i;;,, .ittacked' from both the Med ford 
Bide and north of Klamath Falls. In 
the midst of the I'hiter Lake district 
(ire several prominent jieople, Includ- 
ing ex-United fHates Senator C. W! 
I,'ulton and wife, and Whitney L. 
freeze and Wife, The autos of two 

I'ortland m^en were wrecked 
irrying Water to the flro-light- 
, rs. .\ number nf Ij)u8lii08s men and 
their ramlllcs , , are campled In the 
danger zone. It Is ' fear,-! •■ 
hundred million f,.'.,'t of tlm ■ i 



SPOKANE, August 19, — Samuel 
Berry, of Spokane, who is associated 
with R. F. Outcault, cartoonist, and 
Charles W. CreWdson, author, in an 
Irrigated pi-oject near Bridgeport. 
Wash., where 70,00.0 one and two-year 
old . apple trees have been planteci on 
1,000 acres of land during the last 12^ 
months^ has added 1,000' acrcfl to his 
holding there, making it. the larffest 
«Ing,!e orchard. In the Pftclfic North- 
t^st. Planting on this new- acreage 
will begin tho ci^mlng fall, und it is»ex-, 
pected to give employment to 60 me.n 
throug^hout the year. The Irrigation 
system employed to water the land in- 
cludes Heven miles Of flumes and more 
than 20 miles of laterals. The pump- 
ing plant, taking water from the Co- 
lumbia river, has a capacity of 6,500 
gallbns tt minute, two-thirds of Which 
111 reqtidred to supply moisture to oil 
the lands during the growing season. 
The first orchard of 1,000 acres will 
come Into .bearing In 191.'.! 





AY.SIiOAROSi 



Men of B. C. and Alberta Pass 
Resolution -ofl- Subject — 

- Terminal ftgyatorsAlso^ Dis- 
cussed 



holders that all valid claims they may 
have against Ruch companies or aj».so- 
clatlbns will be promptly paid. 

At tire - outset of tho Commissions 
sittings counsel for the fire insurarice 
companies explained the provisions of 
a proposed bill entitled the "British. 
Columbia Fire Insurance Act," where- 
upon those objecting to the prnvlslons ' 
of this bin immediately, proceeded to 
give evidence against the wisdoih of 
such a measure becoming law, chiefly 
on the ground that it would prohibit 
the placing bf insurance >vllh unll- 
cen.sed comp'iinies''aH well as Mutuals 
and Lloyds. The important provisions 
of this proposed liill, applicable to all 
companies or associations of under- 
writers except those licensed by tho 
Parliament of Canada, are as follows: 
Important Provisions 

1. A prohibition to undertake or so- ' 
licit, or agree or offer to uridertake any 
contract of fire ln.'<urance*J)yi,ahy' com- 
pany without first obtalnmg a .llcetise 
under" the prtiViiiiions of the Act and 
filing documents set forth. Iricludlhg 
the appointment of an attorney. 

2. To deposit either In cash . or li\ 
stock .debentures or other, securities Ii^i 
which trustees may Invest trust mOnt^,,, 
■the sum of $30,000 tp i.')rovi«le for the 
re-Insurance, of all risks outtMrrndlng 

^Tn the province in case of conflagra- 
tion,' depreciating the assets of the 
i company licensed occurring elsewhere, 
and providing for the a'dmin-lstration of 

ch securities' by the Minister upon 
the company's failure to pay any uti- 
dlsputed "claim upon application to the 
courts. , ■ 

.?. The filing of annual statements of 
th(i (Jnanclal standing of the, cornpany 
and providing fivr the cancellation of 
the license Issued by the Minister 
(subject to. an api>earto the' Lieiitenaiit 
Goyr'rn,<ir In Council i Is case he Is dia- 
satlsiled with Ihe financial ability of 
the company to pay Its losf<es. . 

4. Permission t,i the Ins'iiror to ob- 
tain insur.ince outside' the province 
\vhen siifnclent In.'siiraTM'e cannot- be 
obtatfied front cmipa riles llceiJsod . un- 
der tho Act, uppii payment of n tax 
eqiuilto one per tVnt. of the premluiri 
paid on such Insurance. 

5. The appointment of an officer m 
the called "the Inspector of Insurance," 
to examine and repoi"t to the Minister" 
upon' all matters connected with In- 
surance as carried on by the compan- 
ies licensed ny i^equlred to be llcenswa 

■ iindgr.ihe Act Xjr t,he ^urno.se of. ilc-: 



VANCOUVER, Aiig. .19— The.. Al- 
berta and Brltiah Columbia farmers 
closed their convention here today, 
discussing the ter,minai .elevator ques- 
tion and the esfahTishirient of gov- 
ernment standards for hay,. 

On the latter a resolution was pass- 

ed 'favoring the governments concenir 

<id pa88lnK,»M«<»h legislation as would j t«rmliilng whether a ny of th e cwnpan- 

i-esult In g rading and inspection under les' llcenset* should tie suspended or 

the direction of government Inspectors. If;!"''''"';'' ^""^ ^^"^ pnyment. by stjch 

licensed con»panles towards defraying 



ENDS IN TRAGEDY 



one 
I be 



JBritiah Emigration 
~lZ)SD6N,"Augr' 1!).— DtirhiK 
months endlm? .Inly 31st. 17'J,.')!a; .ii,i - 
.sons sailed from British ports to the 
I'nited States, 217,'28ri to Canada, 21,18.1 
t/, Aii.-tralla and 14.467 b:> South Africa: 
'P. tl. Willlnmanii, lieaf| of the emigra- 
tion cnniinittee nf thg Central unem- 
idoyed h,-id\', who i,s now in, Australia, 
stHtes that ..\aslralia is offering better 
lndu,.pmenls Jo immigrants. 



N'icola Cowboy Slashes Indian 
With Knife and Shoots Him- 
self Dead— His Victim Like- 
ly to Die 



MBRRITT, U. <<:., Aug. 11).— -Bob 
Patten, one of the best -known cow- 
hoys , in the district, rut ah Indian 
with a knife and then killed iilmseU 
with a revolver. The tragedy oc- 
curred near the reservation nl Qull- 
(•he;ia and ^he poif' •■ 
tigatlng. 

Shapjiion, tlie fi. : 
as he is tei-rlbh ; - • i .ii-.i •; n .■ ■ '.•■ 
abdomen. • 

A drunken brawl was the cause of 
the trouble that resulted so fatally. 
I'attcn pulled a knife and after com- 
mitting the crime did away with him- 
self, api>!i.re.itl.\ unrler ihn impression 
that his victim was dead. 



They advised that a conferetice oT^rep- 
resentative farmers of the tWo. 
provinces be held laiter In the year to 
settle the grading of standardsi on the 
terrriinat elevator question nd action 
was taken, ' \ . , ' 

Captain Worsnop of the Canadian 
.Mexican S. 8, "Tlhe stated that ho had 
l>rlvate plans for' an i-levator plant, 
but the. Alfaerta-f^tr m e rs ■ soom e d t o fa-' 
voi-. government-owned elevatort!. The 
convention apparently thought th^ 
shipment of wheat to Etm»pe hy.Xha 
Tchtiantec railway route was advis- 
able If .proper arrangemerits could' be 
made a.s tO rates. 



nnw inves- 



IK-I' ill 



Train Dynamited. 
'"I'POKANK; \^'(^sh., Ati^ 19.— Great 
'Northern train N6. 4, Seattle to Kan- 
sas City, was w*recked by dynamito- 
one mile west Af 'Nlpl:!, Wash., near' 
the siiniiiilt of the Cascades, at 2 
o'clock til!" p.. .riling. The train was 
iockeii''bi. derailed, although 

nineteen \\..i :. ... were blown out and 
the woodwork spllhtereti; Conduc-n 
tor Corcoran was In Charge of the 
train. The diner and one Pullnuui 
AvUieh contained about 16 passniiKers, 
'.\ er,' t!w . i,r.s'"cnnTi!ife7-d; It is n^ol 
knouii vs lather the expl,"»alon' wnfl the 
result of an xiccidcnt, or whether It 
Av^s a pfcihcdltatcd attempt on the 
part of traln-w^recker^ to derail the 
mall train, . '. 



the expehsea of such offlce of a sum 
not exceeding three thousand dollars 
anhiiaily. 

6. The . reprjml of the. provisions of 
^he Companies' Act relating to fire In- 
surance companies. 

It was also, suggested that the bill 
should provide for the appointment of 
n Fire Marshal, who should hnyft..pow(:'r . 
to .Investigate fire losses and make 
sugrgestlonff relating tcr the improve- 
ment Qf fire hrfViards and that-.munici - 
p.Tl ta»atloiri of Inaiifarice" companle.'; 
should be alxdi.shed. 

Problems Raised 
.Early In the sessions ..of the' com- 
mission Ih'e'" qtte.sEion arosei. o« to the 
right of the province to legislate con- 
cerning the I'lislriesti fif firrt Insur- 
ance, liilt the -loners annonuc- 
ed thei,- ' :. V. ii...; :;..:i subject was not 
one o' -ich they__jiycre h,y the 
terms ,., u,, eommlsslon- rettnlred t,> 
enquire Into or repoi-t upon. Tt wim^ 
suggested by the ...........ni.., 

proposed bill tha' 
acted would i^real. . 
fire ln8uran<'e busln 

v(nce, and lend to an • 

and .«io restrict th,> ]>■ 
Increase the cost of 
merclal enter), ri.HOS, 
firm tli«' rM.l.-->" 
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,,,ndticting coin- 
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VltrrOMA DAILY COLONIS'f 



Saturday. August 20, 1910. 



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Ten Days* Trial Free 



(iw is your chance to try our 

ndid Klectric Iron, the "liot- 

nt." W'c will, if >ou wish, 

c one in your home for ten 

If sou arc not ijleascd 

th it yoti can retu r n_ it. P r i c e_ i^ 

ONLY ^5 ^MPLETE 

r.ut vou can trv it first 
KRliE' 



B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY 
CO.. LTD. 

Cor. l-ort and Lanjiey Sts. Tel, I6(W 




MPH 
AT SASKATOON FAIR 

Provincial Fruit 'Subject of 
Many Encomiums— Itiner- 

—_ a^-__of„„Pi:^viace's Exhibition 
Commissioner Announced . 



The Best Is What You Want 

Why .Not A-^k l-'nr the 

Flpr de Bahama 

('::•■: Th.i! -tl.is (livfii >,n i-fariii .n Tliri)Ui;h< mt Canada 
On Sale Everywhere 



a:fritlali CoIumlJiJu'a (.'(Mnnu.'<«i<mer, 

Mr. K. BulKuU-Webster./aiicl tlii; BrlL- 

ish I'uluinhlu display i/c fruits, tim- 

lier, etc., liavc betweep, them l)een 

ycliltni:i«- (llatliu'llv e honor at tiift 

Just closed Sasitulooii ICxhilwtJon. 

WritiiiK to .Mr. VV. K. Sroll, liif Lx-p- 

Lily .Mluisler uf .\ijricuUuit' (who hua 

Just rc'lunied -home from a very cv- 

lenslve tour of ihj^; rrovlheO iVlr. 

Uulloek- NVehstei- says: 

I "We liaVi' e\ery roasou i" I"- >i;.ii- 

I isficd wltlr the worlt al .Sa-'^lvatoon. 

■ Our diwpiuy was undftuhtedly the feii- 

" lure of the show. It uas u case of 

■;i tuu.'^lanl .stream' — more tha:i that, 

a couHtaiit iJlocU and Jam of._i)ebplu, 

five to .sl-x deep and fiifty feet long. 

it aoiieed tjuit tlie .\merlcan was eH- 

j pecially interested and appreeiallve. 

I 'I'he IMairie r'eople are hungry .lol 

I for piaciies but for cothmon, fevery- 

il^iN iliiims like Kooseberries, elierrles, 

apples, it .\nd they mostly look to 

JJrltlsli 1 "liimliln as the promiised 

land to be gained — some lime. " 

Newsp aper Commsnt. 



Buy a $1.25 Blouse From 
The Beehive, Douglas st. 



ways w«1ch they wlatNA/ln the flrat 

i Iilace they decided that/aome other t 

class of permanent pavement shjuld 

lie laid, will be arrived at. One of 

I theee works, Fernwoo'd road, has lieen 

I inder eonsldenitlon far some time, 

and as U is In the same position as 

other lovui imp«<>\^^''n*»"t works the 

method lo be adopted In that cas« 

applies to the others, some twenty In 

number. 

The city Bolleitor advised the Streets 
citn.mlttee last ^lKhl^ Ijmt while- the 
old bylaw under which the first work 
on KernwootI road was authorized, 1 as 
not yet been eonuJl«ted in that some 
l.ortlon .»f the old work which Is 
neee.'isary under the new. bylaw 
BiithortzlnK asphalt pavement, 1ms 
still to b<- done yet Just so scjon as 
this necessary work is completed tho 
old bylaw can he floaed out and the 
new bylaw passed. The e.Ka.ct cost of 
the old woyk muist be ascertained 
whereupiMi a new assessment V».\law, 
with the consent Of the llouteiiant- 
Kovernor-in-council, can be pasned 
and the asphalt work proceeded wllli, 
the cost of , llie work actually done 
under the old bylaw to he churxed to 
the owners. 'Sho solicitor advised, 
however, that It, would l>e unwise to 
l-n.ceed with the new work until ihe 
i.ew b.vlaw is ajjproved by tlie lieUten- 
ani.-jjoveriln-coJhcil. " ThL'ty-one of 
the ihirty-flve owners on the part of 
Ft-rnwood road to be asphalted are in 
favor of tlie change, but while the city 
niight iiMi run much risk of the re- 
fusal nl the IJfUtenant-goervnor-ln- 
"•(.uncil to authorize the new bylaw It 
would l)e well to secure such consent 
before proceeding with the new work. 
Accordinnly tho various bylaws for 
Fcrnwood road and other, streets will 
be properly cioaed ui) before work 
under thfe new- lixla^s Ik priM-r.-ded 
with. -^ 





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Executive Accepts Resignation 
of Various Officials and Or- 

. ders Appointments of Others 
Gazetted 



Tine Best Equipped 

Men's Store in Victoria 




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ROBINSON'S CASH STORE 

Saturday Special 
Money Savings 

.\ i I i ilie^Many Money,-Savin|»^ Opportunities to Be Hatl 

at This Store 



Underskirts Priced Low 

Knglish striped GinKham t'hder- 

HkirtM in • ffood washing color- 

^paciar Frica, «|i;ctr. . 76© 

Print Bargain 

30 Inchea Wide. StronR I'rint In 
Kood waahtne colorings -, regu- 
lar 10c and 12>/4c' « yard. i>at- 
urday Barieatn Price, yd... 8^0 

r." yards for JJl.OO. 

Final Clearance of Summer 

Suits at Half Price., 
"One Piece White Du^k Sulta, 

sizes 38 and. 40 onH'.i recti lar 

|5.0t) each, half prioe. 



Fine Saturday Glove- Values 

badle.s' Tan Kid Gloves. tWo d<»me 
fasteners', a pair 75b 

Laldes' Huedc Undressed ■ -Kid; 
Gloves In black, tan. sr^ey. f^ 
pair. . . .". ................ .' . 86» 

'k' ' I ' I I ' I i -'i i iir. . - ' 1 I ' 'iT i ' i ' ii .f i ll' I I i .'l" i ' I I 



New Arrivals in 
" :" Comforters 



Bed 



{^entiicy' Comforti-.r.s. well tilled, 
in KOod servlca.ble deslffns and 
materiaJ. Sptoal Price, .^, 
each' .". ...... .......... fSJXX. 



, Ladies' Hosiery Special 

Fine Black C:?..shniere \\'ool Hose, 

— Shaped leg, seamless feet. 

■spliced toes^ and heels;, a hose 

well worth '35c ii pair, for, ft. 

patiV- . ,-,. ..*....;'. , . Sltb 

%5ys' rioliday Hosiery 

The Strongest . Boys" Stockings^ 

• made..^ "Herctile.s." ribbed cottpp 

Hose, made to fit and fit 'tO 

wea r: the limit of atrengtlv. All 

_ljBiaeB, a pair ,-. . . . ..... . . . . 'iaftBi 

Corset Cover- Embroideries 

l^alnty Mu.^lln and 1 'aml)ric' Km- 

•brotdery-t^ o rj sef U overa, width 

18 Itiches wMe with or without 

beading holes,, for ribbons. A 

-splendid value, each jNSo 



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\\c Buy for CiS^h., .We Sell for Ca^U. 

This System .Arc Made Apparent by our Prices an<l (Jualitics 



The .\'dvantap:es of ' 



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Robinson's Cash Store 

642 Yates Street 



!■: ANDREWS. 



Manager 



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A Revenue Pro,ducing Property, close to City Hall, 

and only half a block 9ft Dotiglas Street. Rent S80 

■per month. Rasv Terms. Price $8,500 

EASY TERMS 



Under the special caption of •The 
firitisli Columbia Fruit Exhibit," the 
.Saskatoon ••Phoeni.x' of the lOlh in- 
sta.U siiys: Just by the \va>' of niuk- 
i iiife' the prairie folks acquainted with 
j Urltish Columbia -fruit, — the-JJepart- 
! ment of .Vgricuiture of the Pacific 
} Province has sent a njost templing 
I disphiy of apiilcs. pears, and sniaJler 
fruits which fills the rear of the Hor- 
ticultural Building. This called forth 
more attention and more admiration 
than any other displav, partly be- 
i cause It was arranged with charming 
I taste. The walls were lined with 
I imntTiTg -aHernattng fflTi^s of white 
j and moss green. Magnificent pictures 
! of the British Columbia legislative 
I halls and of the Province's finest 
I forest and orchard scenes were hung. 
I In, array b e tw ee n these were uuiscum 
i bottles of fruit preserved in clearest 
I liiiuld, and lower down were massed 
1 bottles of ruby-red cherries an<l. 
I raspberries, black and, red. Banked 
i against these« tables were boxes of 
apples, not big freakish ones, but Just 
unconxentional apples. , some from 
\ tirand Forks in, the Kettle River val- 
j ley, some from Kelowna In the Okan- 
I agan. and others from nearer the sea. 
-Mr. Bullock- Webster ^oes from here 
to Toronto with a new shipment of 
fruit. Mr. Brandnth, his assistant, 
will take exhibits to Medicine Hat 
an<l l}!dmonton, and later will ■ join 
his superior officer in Toronto, pro- 
ceeding thence to L.ondon, Ontario; 
tTr=ttie« fHTttfmn Mr. Bullock- Webster 
wil take two carloads of fruit to 
Great Britain for, the Royal Agricul- 
tural ^o.plety's annual fruit show, at 
whlch-^Wr six successive seasons the 
BrltliSh Columbia Department of Ag-' 
rleulture has captured alt the gold 
medals. - * . ; r''' 

•The Eventti^^tJapital" on the same 
subject says: "The Hortlculturai 
Building 1.1 una60t?tedly a great sur- 
prise to evCTVone, for here.n may h" 
found riot only splendid sample.s of 
t garden produce and the rarest fiow- 
ers,~ but the fruit exhi bit Is undftVuVtt. 
ediy the i^ost elaborate ever shown 
In Saskatchewan. This display' la 
made liy jh^ British Columb ian Go v- 
ernment. 'and Includes every varlety- 
of fruit of which the human mind can 
coniefve. Cherries, strawberries, ap- 
ples, peaches,, pears, currants of ev- 
ery color — ^frult both fresh and pre- 
served — go to make up a collertion 
of which any Canadian Province 
might well ,be proud, and It Is no 
idle iesji to assert that many a heart 
throbbed for the tropical clime of 
ihe Coast, while gazing In silent- 
:im.azement .at the larfte elaborate as- 
sortment of luscious fruits which are 
.!:;rown Just bevbnd. the , Mountalnsi^ 
Xo person on the grounds can afford 
10 miss a visit to the Horticultural 
Building, and none should peep In 
there without speiiHTng" aT-Veasl TiaTf 
'an hour with the products of our sis- 
ter -Hrovlnce,. British Columbia." 



PRESSMEN RECEIVED 

ROYAL TREATMENT 

Vi«itors Who Accompanied Primo Min- 
iiter Were Entertained by Pro- 
vincial Government. 

The visiting pressmen of Kastern 
and mid-Canada who accompanied Sir 
Wilfrid Laurler and his party en tour 
express the moat cordial appreciation 
of the manner of their entertainment 



.\ (-onslderable nuinher of ihanges 
the provincial I'lvil civjl service 
wore, decided upon l)efore ilie rlsiuK 
of the ministers. the reaignatio,n,s 
f.l'mong others of Messrs. J. S. C.'lu!c. 
from the land- registry at .\'ew Wesl- 
minster; of Mr. J. P. fllabcuck, as 
deputy fLsherie.H coihmlssioner for tlie 
province; and of .M i-. \V. W. Jarvhs a a 
chief clerk in thi,> land registry at Nel- 
son, lielng accepted and the appoint- 
mentx made of Mr. Alorley A. jiili, ms ' 
live stock commissioner (vice .Mr II'mI 
son, resigned); Mr. K. Sj .)ar\i.;, nf 
Trail, as clerk in the Government of- 
fice nt -N'elson; Mr. .Vngus S. Mac- 
Cauley, also as clerk in the Nol.soii 
governhient office; and Mr. Adam 
Barnes, as provincial constable at 
Marysville; Messr.s. John- Jones of 
Wind.'rniere; Peter Chas, of Rosedale; 
I'Vank Richardson of Athalmer and 
Charles A. KIdd, of Union Bay, wert;..- 
aiipolnted to yerve as Uis Majiysty's 
'Justices of the Peace. 



ANOTHER RAILROAD 



Notice Given That Application Will Be 
Made for Charter for Port Simp- 
son Road Eastward. 
.Votice has been given bv Messrs 
Barnard & Robertson that application 
will be made to<the legislature at Its 
next sitting for a charter for a com- 
pany with authority to build and op- 
erate a railway of standard guage 
from Port Simpson or Work Charmer, 
"by the most feasible, desirable and i 
practicable route" to the eastern boun- I 
dary of the province— via. the north 
side of the Skeena to Hazptttjn- -thFTTcr 

.._._^ _. ..._. ., , t o the Junction of the bulklev river; 

tli., BHtlsTi ('olumbia cirjiltaTT "i> IheTrlgtit-hank of ffie "BTrmey eight 

mUcB to the Suskewa and up that 
river by a low divide to the head Of 
Babine lake; thence to the north end 
Of Stuart lake, north of McLeod lakev 
to the Mlsnichlnca river and up that 
river by Summit lake to Pine River 



Tailoring a 
Finished Art 

Tlic (.■ullci'.-. and niir:- ,,| ilu- T.wonticili (Viitur\' liraiKl nf 
C'iothin}4. ilir lailors-oi the LuvviKJo,-- C'r, ,in' live licst available 
spccialisi,^ iii Canada. ^Thcy faithfnll} execute all work to the 
aI).'^oiiitc sati-sfaction of the mo.st critical and particular gar- 
ment iiispectbrj,2;i^£_Ms-c- t;u-h ,i_;:irnieiM ;it certain marked 
:i.il;i'- 111 itsprogreS??'; Conic m and ->ceL-o.ur -Jiew-Gonsign- 
• meat of, 

20th Century Suits 

For Fall Wear 

An exceptionlly high..grade exhibit of alljJic^cw Autumn and 
Winter fabrics. Tliere is a, style — an "individuality" — ^to this 
splendid brand of Clothing- that is unequalled by any other. We 
would like to demonstrate it to you morc^fuTlyTand also shoA* 

New Autumn Hats Just Arrived 



while In 

nothing having been left undone by 
the honorary and the active president 
of the B . C. Parliamentary Pre.ss 
Gallery to make their visit pleasuratrlo. 

To facilitate tho business that 
brought them to the Coast, a "work 
room" at the Provincial buildings was 
placed at their disposal, with all sta- 
tionery and other essentials, typewrit- 
ers, typistes takjng dictation to the 
mBchlni»8 direct and In both FreiK'h 
and Knglish; all local data as copies of 
addresses, memorials, name lists, etc., 
photographs of Incidents of the visit, 
etc., etc. There was also fitted up 
within the buildings a cosy Press clult 
room, where all the papers represent- 
ed by the visitors were placed on file, 
refreshments were available, and spe- 
cial efforts were made to -make the 
Eastern craftdnien thoroughly at home. 

On Thursday aftarnoon the visitors 
were the guests of the. Gallery on an 
automobile drive through thp city and 
out lo the limit of ^esent passlblllty, 
of the new Mill, Bay _ road, luncheon 
being served upon the return^ when 
Premier McBrldc (as honorary presi- 
dent of the Gallery) formed one of 
the happy little lompany and com- 
pletely charmed them with a •charac- 
teristically pleasant little talk which 
more than one of the visitors -subse- 
(luently commented upon as bringing 
all of the party Into closer understand- 
ing 9f and"SympffTTiy vvlTh British Co- 
lumbl.-ia Prime Minister than colild 
TTave been accomplished by months of 
formal acquaintance or hours ot , set 
speech -making. 



Pass, thence northeasterly to the head 
of Pine river and down the Pine to 
Moberly ' lake; thence by the Peace 
river to the eastern boundary of Brit- 
ish Columbia. 

Minister's Official Visit. 
Hon. 'Dr. Young, now that the 
strenuous days Incidental to the pre- 
paration for and carrying 'out of ttie 
splendid provincial j-.Ciiairtlon to Sir 
VV'llfrld — and they were indeed strenu- 
ous days for. the provincial secretary 
and his Indefatlglble chief clerk, Mr. 
Walker, In whose hands all detail, ar- 
rangements rested— are over, has left 
for a brief official visit to- the Main- 
land, In the course, of which he 'wUl 
visit the great Stave Lake plant to 
participate. In the Interesting func- 
tion of tiirnlng on power today. The 
minister returns to the capital Tues- 
day next, on which date also Hon. Mr. 
Taylor Is leaving for the Queen i.'har^ 
lotte Islands. ' 



WILD ALFALFA 



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Blanchard^treet Corner, inmiediytcly oi)i)(>site the 
new Raihv^y Depot. RLents at $25.00 per month. 



£aSvTorm«\ Pri 



ce 



FALSE CREEK PLANS 



Decision Will Be 
Provincial 



Rendered Later 
Government. 



by 



EASY TERMS 



Cook Street, cldM' to.carline, 50^ 125. Price. .$700 
• ' )!!(■ (juaricr cash, balance 1, 2 and 3 yeaiiiR at 6 %. 
Double Corner of Cook Street, (lie ciiy'sidc ,of Kin^^'s 
i<-)ad. Si/.c I iS ,x ; lia&y Terms. • Price $16.50 



MARRIOTT & FELLOWS 

Phone 645 6 ig Trounce Avenue 



At yeBterday's meeting of the Pro- 
vincial Ex/»cutive an applicatJon of 
the City of Vancouver to have plans 
for the KalAe creek». Improvement 
works approved by the Government 
was considered at some length, the 
parties Iriterested In the api)llcfttlon 
being notified that a decision will b e 
rehdered later. ^. ~^. ~ 

Arguh'ient was also heard In res- 
pect to the difference In connection 
with the opening of certain streets at 
South Vancouver, Mr. Arnold appear- 
ing for the people aiid 'Reeve Pound, 
with counsel, for South Vancouyej;; If 
pnjment ',1s required for the prop'ertj' 
necessarily to be occupied by street 
ends, an expenditure of approximately 
$100,000 will be demanded. The mat- 
ter h?i8 been taken .under .advlsemeht 
by the fexecut'lve^i u . >, 
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Approves Application. 
The application of the Corporation 
of Narth Vancouver for approval of 
the bylaw of that Municipality em- 
powering the municipality to take 
stock In the enterprise of the Burrard 
Inlet' Tunnel & Bridge Co.. met with 
the approval of tjic executive, and the 
bylaw was accordingly approved. 



Swaepers Get Increase. 
.On the recommendatioiT'of the city 
engineer the four men engnged at ntgl)t 
time In street sweeping Will be given 
an Increase of twenty -five cents ppr 
^Jay la wages,^— Jteceiitiy. the men-afi- 
piled for an increase and the strieets 
committee has, decided to adopt the 
engineer's recommendation. 



Prairie Chicken Open Season. 

. By a special onlt-r-ln-couhcU adopt- 
ed yesterday, . the recently promulgat- 
ed regulation bringing In the shooting 
of prairie chickens (othcnvlse kno\vn 
as the Columbia short-tailed grouse) 
throughout the r>rovlnco has been am- 
ended exempting the districts of Yale, 
Kand(>ops and Okanagan from the re- 
moval of the disabilities' against 
shooting this tino game' bird as from 
the 1st to the Slst October. 



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Dates 



COURT OF ASSIZE 

of Autumnal Stttmgs of* Court 
Have Been Re-Arranged. 



NORTHERN CROWN BANK 



HEAD OI'FICE 

Capitrd (Authorized) 
C.ipit--il. (Paid Up) - 



WINNIPEG 



$6,000,000 
$2,200,009 



aiM 



Mnne\ tran^krrcd liy tclc.yrapli or niai 
part* of tlie world in any Currency. 

CoIlectioiiajTiade HI ;ill part.s of Canadaiaht 
irri cost. 

■ pens .'i J>a\ in;,;- Xeri rr,nt. 



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.The $;Utumnal sittings of the court 
of a'sslsses have, been arranged as .fol-- 
lows, and duly announced by- procla- 
mation: f'lintim, -October 4, civil ^Trtd 
ti-ii'nlnal; Victoria, October '^, criminal: 
X'ancouvcr, OiMober 10, criminal: Kam- 
ioop.s';. Octolier 11, criminal; Xanaimo 
Octobe.r 11, Civil, and criminal; Revel- 
stoke Vernon and Nelson, l')ctober l.S, 
I ivil and crlirntnal: .N'<?vv Westminster, I 
I:"ernie and. Greenwood. October 'i:-i.\ 
cl\il and criminal; in addtttTfrt to which i 
sittings of the Supreme Com • 
m)unced-f.tir lhe.'llth Oetob' ; • i;- 
land, and .for l!i.- :.'.'>t h < • ' 
(Van brook. 



No Dumping on Private "Property 

Relative^to the trouble which of late 
has arisen over the fact that material 
taken /rom city streets being Itnproytd 
has been dumped on private propeft.v, 
the city 'engineer has recommended 
that the city should adopt a policy of 
allowing no material to be so dumped 
except where there |8no_ other conyct)-, 
lent place to put it. He proposes to 
iiclve Instructions to all Insjiectors and 
foremen In future to prevent pity ma- 
terial being pla<;e<l /-i private Jotift 



An Am icabie Adjustment. ~ '" 
'in .'respect to the- difference between 
the '^'(BStern Canadian Power Co. and 
the B. I'. Telephone Co.., which had 
brought about nn appeal to the execu^ 
tlve authority. It Is understood that an 
amicable adjustment has- b^en reached 
by tho two parties interested. In con- 
sequence iif which the hearing' arrkng- 
ed for has been cancelled'. The fur- 
ther hearlinjy i-,r TTfe case of the l'>f(ul'- 
mnlt Waterworks' Cp. has been fixed 
for the 20ih. ... ■ 



SPOKA.N'E, AugustlJt.- Experienced 
farmer.s in Spokane couflty believe that 
the aiscovery of wild alfalfa, known to 
botanists tw},-^"niedglcaga falcata," in 
Bonner county, Idaho, by W. H. Helde- 
man.' fiuperintendent^.-*he fiub-oxperi- 
ment station conducted by the United 
States government at Clagstone, Idaho, 
will solve the problem of dry land for- 
age crops. The plant, which thrive.^ 
in arid districts, where others die from 
heat and lack of moisture,, Is slmttar 
to tame aifalf,^. The blossom Is' a 
pinkinsh white, and resembles the 
plant brought to this country ffom 
Rtissia by Professor Hanson, of, South 
Dakota, who Wa«- sent abroad bv the 
government to find a plant adapted to 
semi-arid districts. The pods are the, 
same size and shape as tame alfalfa" 
Mr. Heideman fomid the plants In the 
Hoodoo valley, formerly given over to 
placer gold miners, in- a^Trpot wher e 
there is no chance for eVerr" nattrfe -tA 
sub-Irrigate plant life, and where all 
vegetation is practically- deartr" Prnr-4^ 
fes.sor Heideman has sent sjircimens 
of the plant to prominent botanists for 
examination and identlHcatlon.- Kx- 
perts say the plant has been searched 
for all the world over for tlje last tm 
years. _ 

— -'■ , «: : _ 

Strange Murder of Doctor 
OTTAWA, .\ug. 19.— The villag.'' of 
Vars, 18 miles south of Ottawa, in 
mystified o\:er the shooting yesterday 
of Dr. W. A. Empey, for the i>ast six 
years a physician practicing at Vatn, 
Alfred Blondin, a French Canadian la- 
borer, who did the shooting, declares 
that it was accidental, but the doctor 
before he died said rthat Blo'ndin had 
shot him deliberately and without pro- 
vocation; The doctor had been sum- 
moned to attend Kva Blondin. who wu:' 
seriously ill. As soon as he oossed the 
threshold the father .nhot him throiiKh 
the back with a rifle. The shooting 
occurred at 13.45 .and ut 4.20 I>r. Kni- 
pe,v died attbe honie of l,,-'F'«»ttei'ly. a 
neighbor. Two hours .later, Blondin, 
who had ran' into his house after the 
shooting and whom the people of the 
.^I'lllage were afrijld to molest, was 
Placed under ariyst hv Copsmitlp VI. -^ 




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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 



Donald and .Sheriff Hill. He wa.s lock- 
ed up and will be taken to the cnmitv 
Jail today. 



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■ TAKES NO CHANCES 

City Will Strrctly Follow Law in 
gard to Changes in Local In- 
__; provement Works. 



Ro- 



A Correction. 

•" ' 'n yiuu- --.fiill li.tt nf inviUMi 
to yesterday's garden party at 

'' "" house the names of Mr. 

""'I ' ■'^tudrtevt-Krunedy and the 

.■Vlis; - . .-uiddert-Kennedji' linve been 
omllted. Be Rood enouRh to I'mve tlil.«< 
e(.rreeterK^__Persojinn.v it Is a nistter of 
iTTrttlteFenoe ■to"me, but It. is rather ni,- 
.Jeotlonablo It should be suppri-r,i 1',, 
ladles'' of my family were pr.-- -,> , 
."iiich an lrtii>i>r*-f(iit- ■i-"-<c-,-v^ ■!,.., ...i. 
Invltntlcn 



A General Banking Business Transacted 



ninl'e 



) I', Kobcr-ls 
GODFREY BOOTH, 



Snpl 
Manager • 



' •enoral .Man;tL;i'r 
'W B, C, Br;tn(-lies 
- Victoria Branch 



An r-;irly solution to the tangle 
s\hirli has arisen oyer a nun)li<ir of 
local imi>ro\Ptnent works by reason of 
the fact that after work 'has com 



NEW YORK, AuR. . 1». — Brad- 
streefs tomorrow will say: Crop n;- 
ports and fall jobbing trade show 
further improvement. This is most 
marked In the west, where genera,! 
raliis have improved corn, .ind irade 
'RTra~fcxpande(J~aB the resirrrT7r~th« .irr 
rival of cotwtr-y buyers. Business 
faHiirea for the week In Canada were 
-fi. which cotnpai'es with. 2,0 "for Itt.st 
week, and 29_lip th6 (Sorrespondl-ig 



THE CANADIAN BANK 
OF COMMERCE 



HEAD OFFICE. TDROKriO 



ESTABLISHED 18fl7 



i. t. 'WALKER, PreaWent 
AJPEXA.NDER LAIRD, General Mantjter 



Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000 
Reserve Fund, - 6.000,000 



Pnn''hf'<^^ fhrniighnut C anad a , a nd In the United States and Englapd 

BANK WOIMEY ORDERS 



week of 1909. 



iiSUEO AT lat (l-;.LOWIN0 RATfiSi 

$5 and under j > •• • • - 

Over $S and not exceeding $10 ...... 

•• $10 " — '■ ^' - u $30 ..... 

* $30* *-— ^ $50-^^..^ 




6 cl^tt 
10 centB 
45 cents 



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These Orders art payablo at par at every office of a Chartered Bank in CanaA* 
(•Kcept Tr^the Yukon). and at the principal bn/iking points in the United States. Tb«y 
are negotiable at $4.90 to the i^ sterling in Grc.it Britain and Ireland. 

They fArm an excellent method of remitting^ small autas of, money with ^^e^ 
i m ny b e n titartird-wifhr'ttt delay.— : 

!r, i. Oratrford. Manivr«r. Victoria Branch. 



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nirnced uni'ler. the bylaws paH.«<e(l insi j '"Colonist 
year the owners changed'- their minds 
.ino iiist t.id i'( thf macadajnv rofid- 



N. B, — The list pul'- -us nup- 
plled by the, secretary . ^..leut.- 
Oovernor. Mr. .1. keriMetly. eviilcntly a 
nilnprint for .S. Kninedv, appears in the 
list. 



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BISCIJIX 

The un«ifH»ilcd ta.ste of a child readily recoftnlsen 

and cnjovN tooth'omc things. That'n why all 

Children enjoy ClIKI.'^TIK BI.SCUIT.S. They 

are delii lovis and fteneroii.sly f^ood. 



•n have ihrm gnr ftixo:. <h»ntr, 
)offec. Ntaplc Ire, Wntrr Ic* 
■II (inii (I ill (rnrrrt. 



CHRISTIE, BROWN & CO., Limited 




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Saturday, Augutt 20, 19tS. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



PEACE PLANS MY 
AT FIRST SESSIOH 



Scheme to Promote Harmony 
Among Civic Heads Inaugu- 
rated With Doubtful Results, 
■ -^Aldermen Suspicious 



When the city solicitor made the 
suffgcstinns to Mayor Morlexj that to 
facilitate the farryliig out of the work 
<jf the city thp hoadst of the YarJ0Ja3_iie- 
l>artmenls should, at least moei week- 
ly with the mayor and compare notes 
HO that each head would Ix- lii a posi- 
tion to know what Is going on ' and 
ho-w the work o^ each department of' 
Tects his own thus removinK those, 
lauses of fxK'tion which lia\ e been ap- 
I)arent in the past, and malting the 
wheels of the civic machlnii^,)rtm more 
pmoothly, he evidently did not untici- 
l-ate that at the very lirst ■■;' these 
"round table" sessions tliti. \'uld be 
trouble. But such, If repoM» i-ui bo 
believed, haa been the case. 

Ye&ierday there gathered in the 
mayor'.s office the heads of all the Im- 
portant dcipartinents in the i-lvlc ser- 
vice. 

Mayor Morlc.v cxplainci.l the n:i.',;'in 
of the new dei)arture in city govern- 
ment and after constituting himself 
a spectea of chairman of the meet- 
ing called for suggttstions and ideas. In 
the course of the talk it was intimated 
to the city electrician that hereafter 
the city engineer would be in control 
of the electrical end of the city af- 
fairs. This statement met with no 
favor from the electrician. In fact that 
official made it clear that while doutot- 
li-ss the engineer might be said to 
be at the head of the department yet 
he, Mr. Hutchinson, was the person 
responsible for the proper running of, 
the electrical dt^partment and he pro- 
posed to remain chief in that particu- 
lar l>ranch. Mr. Hutchinson was- nuite 
emphatic on this--p'"'nt and th«— maU 
ter was dropped. 

Medical Health Office 
Tlien lliere was ni^ri- gcnt-ral talk 
until the mayor suggested to the medi- 
cal health ofilcer that perhaps It would 
be as well If the latter took up his 
(luarters at the city hall In the nesv 
offices recently provided for him. .Dr. 
Hall replied that he was ready to do 
so just as soon as his office was ready 
for him and the. mayor reminded Pr. 
Hall that he tDr. Hall) was 'suppos- 
• d to devote his whole time to the city 
and was drawing pay for so doing. 
The mayor had no reason to suppose 
that Dr. Hall was not so doing but 
anyway he should ibe on hand at the 
city hall ready to attend to all mat- 
ters requiring his attention. 

In the meantime some of the alder- 
men are dubiously figuring' out just 
vOhat this weekly session will mean. 
Kvldently they feel, that matters of 
policy may be discussed and possibly 
decldexl and acted upon ■ without the 
council, being taken Into consideration. 



commiMion. th« commlwilonerB d«»- 
cUned to enter upon Buch an enquiry. 
It was aubstantlally agreed by all the 
vvltneasea that such associations were 
essential to the proper conduct of the 
fire Insurance business. One of the 
witnesses, John Yeaden Ormsby, an 
Independent Insurance broker and 
underwriter of Toronto, who impress- 
ed the commissioners as being an ex- 
peri on the subject of fire Insurance 
and from whom valuable Information 
was obtained, concerning the mattern 
within the scope of the commission. 
In referring to these " bodies, gave evi- 
dence as follows: 

"lani a believer in a board, gentle- 
men, I do not think we could run an 
insurance business successfully with- 
out a board, because the whole fabric 
of Insurance Is built upon statistics, 
and you caimot accumulate statistics 
oi get information individually at ten 
times the cost at which you could get 
It tlirough the means of a board. 
Therefore, a board la a necessity for 
the proper conduct of Insurance." 

The necessity for such a body and 
the part It plays in the fire Insurance 
business was also well set forth in tlie 
statement of Mr. A. "\V. Ross, sfcre- 
tary of the mainland board of fire 
underwriters. 

.After epitomizing the two thousand 
Images of evidence taken during the 
Sittings of the commission, In a digest 
<i1 one hundred and twenty-one pages, 
the conwiiissioners summarize their 
concluslvins in the fidlowing terras: 



Summary of Cojiclusions 



THE COMMISSION'S 

CONCLUSIONS 



(Continued from Page 1.) 



was vigorously attacked respecting Its 
methods concerning the fixing and 
application of its rates, and , it was 
suggested that the commission ahrfuld 
innuire into the legality of this so- 
called combination; but as this was 
i.i.vi.iisix withoiit the scope of the 



"The foregoing digest i>f the evi- 
dence on the particular subjects treat- 
ed IndicatehT tlio importance of the 
proper' regulation of fire insurance 
business tlirougliout tiie i/rovlnoe, and 
the necossii.\- for local legislatloir on 
the subject and uniformity us far us 
possible In the luisiness, 

"The rapid growth of commerce and 
tlie tremendous development in the 
various sections of the province lead- 
ing to the springing up of many cities 
and towns with their constantly in- 
creasing popul:.itions, render it neces- 
sary tliat this special brand of busi- 
ness, affecting the whole of the peo- 
ple, should be to some extent under 
government supervision and control, 
bivsiness and those providing it. 

"Thfr-many instances cited of l><>guB 
companies or underwriters doing busi- 
ness, show its necessity from the 
standpoint of the people as a whole, 
the numerous instances of imaccount- 
uble fire losses indicate the necessity 
ot investigation, and the Insurticiency 
of the existing laws, and the lack of 
unif'ormli>' and the absence of neces- 
sary ' provisions Indicate the necessity 
for the revision of such laws. 

"It is t» ,l>e expected ithat an effi- 
cient officer of the government with 
such assistance as it may be neces- 
sary for him to have, will protect the 
public, assist the underwriters, reduce 
the fire waste and eVemM»lly lower 
the. Insurance rates. ■ ; 

'•Your commission aft^f considering 
the evidenje submitted and the ex- 
hibits filed, and the arguments of 
counsel representing the various in- 
terests affected, has reached the fol- 
lowing conclusions. 

"1. That the government should 
cieate an insumnoe department. 

"1. .That no unlicensed companies 
or associations of underwriters, or 
their representatives, should be per- 
mitted to solicit fire Insurance in the 
prnv'lrice. ' , ' 

"3. That all insurers should be per- 
mitted to place their insurance freely 
with such imllcensed companies or 
associations of underwrtters, including 
Mutuala and iJloyds, and should have 
the right to 'obtain insspection of their 
risks and adjustment of their losses 
upon obtaining a license, for that pur- 
pose only, from the department, nam- 
ing the Inspector or adjustor, an<J that 



the lieutenant - governorrln-counclLJ, 
should have the right ICWn time to ' 
time to make and enforce regulations 
to prevent the solicltutlon of business 
by such Inspectors and adjustors. 

"4. That any cornpauy of uaaocia- 
tion of underwriters sliould lie retiulred 
to obtain a license from such deiiart- 
nient entitling Lt to do business 
throughout-the provlnc? without fur- j 
ther ^license from municipalities, aivd . 
as a condition of obtaining sucli | 
license it should satisfy such depart- | 
ment of its flnanulal standing arul 1 
make a deposit in cash or' security, 
or a satisfactory Ijond of a Guarantee 
Company in lieu thereof, for the re- 
insurance of its risks, to be admin- 
istered by the department; the am- 
ount 'of such cash or bond to lie de- 
termined by the inspector, considering 
the evideiice submitted; that suvh dc- 
i;artiiient should have full power to 
Investigate all fire losses ancr give out 
\.\w infornuition. as olnained upon re- 
nupsr. That the department slioidd 
have power to cancel the licenses, 
subject to an appeal to tlie li:Miteif- 
ant-g(.)vernor-ln-eouncil. 

"T. For the purpose of mainiiuning 
such deparlment a tax should lie im- 
posed on premiuma paid by all insur- 
ers doing Inislness . with licensed or 
unlicensed companies, and tliat tiicre 
should ,1)0 no discrlmittation \\\ ibc 
amount of such tax. 
■""•'8. That tiiero should lie ihi pro- 
vlsion for licensed lir'jkers. 

"!). That in consideration oi ;!.• 
benefits to be derived from such lU - 
parttnents and for the purpose of cre- 
ating uniformity In the license, lees 
paxalile, the present municipal license 
fees shimld be aUallshed. 

"10. That the propose! I I'i \>iili 
those modifications, sulistiiuimus and 
additions, should he approved, and the 
existing laws repealed-' 

The commissioners expi' ■ Ir 

appreciation cd' the asslstancr iticy 
received from Mr. I". \'. Bodwell, K. 
C.. counsel for the licensed companleoi 



CIIY MUSI SHOW 
IT 




Otherwise Its Rkht to Open 
Old Esquimal't Road Cross- 
ing Over E, k N, Will , Be 
Lost 



SEE OUR 
WINDOWS 




SEE OUR 
WINDOWS 



After having practically i,ynL.n'd the 
order made by the Railway Commis- 
sion in March, lU"!'. relative to the 
opuuing, up of the cro-^siiig on the Old 
liJtRl u i n w It r-ouil,,.. w heru^UiUt - . t l.VS> rp U gii - 
fare crosses the K. & K. ^Railway. ai|d 
now luivlng but until thclirst of next 
montli in which to get busy and carry 
out the terms of the order or else face 
the po.«sibilily of the railway c-inipany 
applying to the i^ommissioii to liave 
the roadway closed for all lime because 
of the. city's failure to carry out the 
- terms of thcortler-, the city has sud- 
denly come to- a rea.llzatlon thai it i.^ 
time to act, •---' — --i--^ 

This St. 11 IS Hie resiilt 6f advice giv.n 
i.y the citv solicitor to the streets coni- 
niittoe last night. The solicitor called 
attention to the limited time' within 
which the city has to show that its ap- 
plication to the Commission last year 
to have the strei-t opened up was made 
in good faith. ^ , . 

The Commission ordered that the 
citv should causto all standing trees 
upon the lot adjacent, to the crossing 
to be cut down so that a clear view 
may be had of the railway tracks to- 
wards the city, jind If an arrangement 
were made to prevent buUdijigs being 
erected on the vacant hn across the 



Hosiery 




VSr Satiiribiv 



U'C I 111 I 

^■('r\' l"inc I It I'^ici \ ii i 
should induce 



rec huyms', a 



■ n -ale ;i (|iianlity oi 
u^i.'l I'rici's, wiiiclv 
the \-ahu'-; we of-" 



fcr arc exceptionally jrood. 

Silk Finish Hose, in hhuk 
„ sojes and liecK. S|uri;i! 
Extra Fine Gauze Lisle, with 
tan, ])ink, sky and white. 

cxli-a ilnulik 



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Lisle Thread Hose, wiiii 

all colors. . Special . • ■ ^•, :r,- •„!',: y • ■ ■ 
Lisle Hose, (■nil)r.iidc"rcd''ni?<>"ts am 

ankle;-, in black ;uicl colored, from 



50<^ 

hice 
.Sl.-S 

I,, 50r 

Black Cotton Hose, with nritural cashmere^ and 

I'.albripcran snles. Special ^S^" 

Black Cotton Hose, with black cashmene soles 



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Mr. .1. J. Shullcn)ss! and the wltrtesses i street from the lot on which the Jrees | 

who collected valuable Information I are, so that the yi«w „ , .u„ 

and statistics which assisted and intructed and trains coming aroiind the 

Tcurve prevented from being seen, then 
a -fresh formal order might "tJiT issued 



facilitated the enquiry. 



Sunday, the 24th ult., was^the hottest 
day In t'hicago in nine >-e.ars. .The 
weather bureau thermometer, on tho 
street level, registered 102 degrees at 
3 -o^loeki — -*- — -^ • : — 

The New York^nntroller issued a 
comparative statement gn Monday, the 
25th ult., as between tlie first six- 
months of 1909 and lino, s.howing im- 
proved condltlona. In city (Inanco. 

There are more blind people among 
the Spaniards than #4y fiajW" jEBuro- 
pean race. / 

The Norwegians are the longest liv- 
ed tvf European nations. a«4 the 
Spaniards the shortest. " ■ , /. 

Thj-oughout the woMd about .three 
per cent of people gain their living di- 
rectly from-the sea. ; . -• — - 

France has more persona: ovej' 60 
years of fige than any other coiintry. 
Ireland comes next. 

Seattle Is receiving orders for.thou- 
.sands of barrels of flour "from the Ori- 
ent- 



requiring the railway company to do 
the necessary grading and planking for 
the- crossing, tho city to maintain the 
crossing when constructed. • 

The citv so licitor stated » th at as 
nothing, has been done by the city to 
ctimplv with the order, the company Is 
how iiiovingL to jescind .the:. .order be-' 
cause the city tfoeg not-ivttnt-tt: — SFi»e 
lot upon which, are the treeii belongs 
to jirs. Ross, wife of Alderman Ros.s, 
and the other lot has changed hands 
several times and the city has not been 
able to locate the owner thereof. The 
order of the board practically meanis 
that the city has to buy or expropriate 
both properties . or require' such an 
eascmt'nt over tbeni as to prevent them 
helng >Hillt upon; . . 

' r P'T* Prop08ed_ 

■ Mayor IMlorley suggisted that the 
work of opening, u» the crossing and 
securing the nocessajry proparty^+w^ 
dbn0 on the .local improvement plan. 




Special .....-., 

Ascot Stocks 

\ fresh arrival of Ascot Stock Collars, in white, h^ljn, 
pink, blue and champa gne 



35<^ 



Denies Gloves 



,Ju5t to hand, a large shipment ot the i>opular Dent's 
Gloves .»1-P« 

Otir store i.s repletq with dainty and exquisite 
novelti^g L all purchased iiLjJKaca?iiLigJaMon-centres, 
for the patrons of the "Fashion Centre" in Victoria. 



/.horirtnsr fbP cost ofr'ono'nlnc the oros- owners on the sitreet would be willing 
charging the cost oipoponmg me ^ » L^ accept that proportion, but the point 

sing to the city, but there was the I '" '^'^'^'"^ ■■ ' "■ ^ * . • . 

trouble that the necesary 'bylaw could 
not be passed before the first of next 
month. The city solicitor pointed out 
that the work was one of beneflt to the 
whole Of Victoria West, west of the 
railway track, and It would not bo fair 
to the owners' on the street to-pay -the 
coa. The. engineer suggested the city 
paying seventy-ftve pet cent, of the 
cost and the owners twenty-five per 
cent. Alderman MaWe believed, the 



Is that immediate action is necessary 
to convince the' Railway CommlssiolL 
that the citv means business and any 
scheme could not be carried far enough 
within the time limit to show^ the Oom- 
mls.Mlon that the city has carried out 
tlie terms of tho order made, last year/ 
FinallyT on the suggestion o-f the so- 
ltt;itor_ths nifitter was left to himself 
and the city barrister to appear Tjefiiro 
the Commission, when it arrives here 



and give such undertaking as wlllcon- 

vince that body that the city twill have 

the wrork completed before the end of 

the ye ar. ' :-■ ...',■■'.' 

"~- ;•"' — . ■' ',;-''•''; ""-""^ »; r-r~—T?; — , 

ivithln the past 50 years Hamburg 
and the coast of Germany in Its nelgh- 
borhood has sunk five fefet nln? Iriches. 

A Chlnanian has invented a sUmple 
machine with which a person can 
mak? . straw braid of fine quality , 12 
times -MS rapidly as by hand. 



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The New Gloves for Au- 
tum n Are H ere 

Dent's and Fowne's Motor and Street Gloves for early fall 
wear, all the correct piiades and styles. The assortment 
\vill please you. Prices\from, per pair, $i.2S'to . . . .$6.00 

LADIES' GLOVES . 
\\ c specialize in Ladies' Gloves. All ttle best make s, viz. . 
Dent's, P'owne's and Perrin's, in driving gjoves and for street 

■^vcar. .: . ■'■.../■'•" ■' ■ ■■ 

WE GUARANTEE EVfeRY PAIR OF GLOVES WE 

. SELL 



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T. B. CUTHBERTSON & CO.. Ltd. 

F. A. Gowen, Managing Director 1114 Government Street 




"A Merry Heart Goes 
AH the Day" shakeipLre 

rt's a pretty goorl schfime to be 
cheery,' and sing as you follow 
thf. road for a good many pil- 
grims are weary and hopelessl.v 
carrj' the load; their hearts from 
the Journey nr^ bn-fiking and a 
■rod seems -l'> lii.-m like a mile, 
anxl It tnay be tli..^ Jokes you are 
malting will hearten them up for 

a \Vlilln. ' - . 

Moral — Taka Bowes "I.lverl'n«." 
Th<" ! vailed effervescent 

salt' i.nt ,the liver In good 

working oiilir and li/tnish all pes- 
Blmlsm; BOo bottle; this store only 



CYRUS H. BOW 



Tels. 425 and 450 



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CHEMIST 

28 Government Street 







TODAY'S TO BE A BUSY ONE 



This is the Third Day of Victoria's Exclusive Fo otwea r Sale. Just think of makes such as 
•'Nettleton" and "Florsheim" for men and "Cousins" and "Cross" for women being offered to you 
at Sale Prices; no wonder we have, a crowded store. , 



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OUR BUSINESS GROWS 

By Selling Good Goods and Selling Them Clieap 

Copper Nickel Plated Kettles, e;uh . . . .$1.50 

Dinner Plates, -iM'.ia!. per ilo/cn ...» 50c 

Wash Boilers, extra, each : . . .$i-.oo 

Toilet Sets, 6 pieces, set \ . . .;..,. .-.$1.50 

Enamel Water Pails. 12-quart, each ....'. so*-- 

Large Tin Dish Pans, each ....... j ., 20c 

\\ r Will Bo Responsible fOr Your Complete .Satisfaction 
P.S,- l)<'n't Miss Sc.cing Our Silver Queen Range ;it $40.00 



HALLIDAY CLYDE CO., LTD. 

Phcmer 855 558 Johnson Street 



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Black Suede Button Boots, hand welts, Am- ' 
efici^n make. Regular price e/l 1 Cf 
?;r,.5o. Sale Price •. . . ........ . .*F""*"" ■*■ ^ 

Patent Colts^^Littmi_aiiC,la£^.iAede^^ 



efaVcn(;tte tops. Reg', values^" 
_j;p to $5-5^^ , 8ale pn(^. . . . . . 



Pat ent and Xan Q atfordiy^^lt uiid kid. 

Snlc Price...... .; . . .*|^^- ^ O 

400 Pairs Misses Shoes in tan and ^ - *y\;* 
black. Sizes 1 i to 2. vSale Price W •*■ •*^*^ 



EXTRA 




150 Pairs Ladies Kid Oxfords, 



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S;ilr Vx'v 



$1.10 



George_ \. , Slater's,^ In- 
victus Shoes in velour 
calf and vici kid blurher 

Special, Per Pair 



Geotlcnie 






Patent Colt Bluchers, wchcd. " djO oq 
. Regular $5.00. Sale Price. . . .,,tp»J.*J»J 

Box Calf, Vici Kid and Tan ^^ O £- 

Regular $5.00. Sale Price- .*p^.*>*J 

Men's Box Calf, Vici Kid and. Tan Calf 
Bluchers. Regular_YiiJ.ucs u]) ^t^ 3^ 



- to ^3.50. b 



Sale Pric< 



Young Generation 




406 Pairs Bbys' School Shoes. 

Sizes I to 5. Sale I'ricc. . . . . 
400 Pairs Youths' School Shops. 

Sizes II to 13. Sale Price... ... 

Little Gents' School Shoes. 

Sizes 8 lo io>-'. Sale Prjc'e ... . 
500 Pairs Children's Shoes. 

Sizes 8 to 10/^. Sale Price. . . 



$1.65 
$1.30 

$1.20 
$1.20 



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ffb* Colonlat rrinttnc and PntoUablBf 
Cooipaay, j;i]ult«d X.UbiUty. 

laii.iais Brottd at., victori*. b. a 



J. S. H. Malfion. 



The Daily Colonist 

Delivered by carrier at 60 cents p«r 

montli, ir paia in advance: 60 cori'ts per 
month ir paid after tho lutli ot «ucli 
montli. JMailcd, pixitpaid. to any part 
of Cannda, except tiici city or Buburtjan 
dlstrlctb, which aro covered by our car- 
riers, or the United Kingdom at the 
loUowiiig rates: 

One Year , . JS.qO 

Six MontliB 2.50 

Three Month.s i.2B 

toadon Office, 90 - 98 JTleot Streat. 



Saturday,- AUflust 20, 1910. 



TRUE IMPERIALISM 



It^.l.s nut Kfnerally known that Mr. 
Norton (.;rifl1tlis. M. P. t;„r Wodiic^.s- 
bury, u-iiH flKOted solely .mi a |.l,iii,irni 
or in')i),-riallsm. He told-tiie x^Wva tl).u.L; 
iU' WIS neither a •Con.serva.tlvf nor a 

'■"'i'''-. i'lll W.i.s (inc wIm 1;,|,1 l.'.i ■■■.•■'l 
''■' "■■■ r-'si.l,.|ir(f ill SoutJi -.V' n 
■■"■"■■"' ■!- ■■ ''"'It th,' needs of tli. ; ,:: 
pire and how !.. ,: lU \i!,: interests 
ooulfl be ndv;im;ed. lie u^cJ to Ulus- 
tr.ii. .1. .uldresses, a Z^-toot map 
sho\v.liis_iiaiK.-.the Empire bulks amon'? 
fhe cmnitrins ct the Avorld. He was abl^ 

\eccdlng-ly favorable 
'•'■i •' I ij'L only iipoa the people 

of liis eonstituency, as this election 
s'" it ijenerally upon public m^^ 

:iii , ., ... ne\er the next contest conies 

on :0 foot maps will 1)6 in evidence 
everywhere. But it is not so much- of 
this we wish to speak as of Mr. Grif- 
Jiths! .attempt to promote the imperial 
i'l.-:: :fnil .stre^nettwi-- the British ele- 
nit :ii in the overseas Dominions. Ho 
ha.-; <)i^an4ge4^^^r-k> cal l e agu e ~l n — his^ 
constituency, and the first practical 

- rV-irr-jn-Trtik'i i i t i s likely to work will 

\ in!ouY£r_Is..land, where a col- 

i>ny i.H to be founded, to be called el*3her 

Tipton or. Wednesbury, In connection" 

witli the w^orks of the Canadian Col- 

- lieries company. Mr. Griffiths has, al- 
roarly been in.strumental in sending 
farhTTT?§T5~Canada, all of whom 
;ire doing well. ." — rr 

Thi.4 \i the best, kind Of imperialism. 
The man who talks of the glories of 



Bmpire, with a lony ilat of patron* 
and patronesses, would look very for- 
midable and the admirable people wl^o 
might organize it -would doubtless think 
they were doingr the nation good aer- 
vlce; ibut a league to aaalst deaervlns 
persons In the parish of Anyoddplace 
to make homes in Canada, Couth 
Africa or as the case misht he would 
he pro<luctlve of a vastly greater 
ainoimt of good. What we Mke most of 
all about Mr. Griffiths' jjjan is that 
It throws the burden not upon some 
forty-odd million of people ■w^o live In 
the United KIngilom, or forty ralliona 
of odd peoiile, If you like it better 
that wa3-, but upon a few hundreds or 
piisslbly thoiKsanda of people, who 
know their .next door neiKhT>o»b, huvu 
a personpl Interest In them an'd enjoy 
their confidence. WTille wo hoi)e that 
4n-- course- of -time thev-system ot 
leagues, which he has founded will 
extend throughout the tlntted Kingdom, 
we feel that Mr. Griffiths' powers of 
orfiunizathin ;iiul .sound, practical 
eirrainiin-siMi.->e will pri-\i'nt the local 
:in(l I)ers(jn:il oQuation from being lost 
! in .something that will sound stronger, 
but may iwuve weaker because it is 
lurK'.'r. 

We are glad to, be able to make 
iliis reference to Mr. Grliffiths' and 
iiis excellent \Nork. We are gU\il that 
hr has cliiisi-n N'S'incouver Island a.s 
the Held for the si)ecial alU'JUion of 
himself and tUiose who are co-operat- 
ing with him. We Vope that the ex- 
cellent movement which, he has orig 
inated, may spread far and wide. What 
the overseas Dominions of the Empire 
nee d ■more even than British mimey 
is British iaen eind women. More 
especially on tiiis 



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YICXOBJA DAILY COLONIST 



Saturday, August 20, 19ia 



how Canadlana regard aootal mattera. 
The inYmiffrant from the Mother Coun- 
try wlU perhaps find this hard to un- 
derstand, but he win come in time to 
learn that the English Canadian is a 
type very different to what he has been 
aocuBtomed at home. He cannot expect 
to transplant English conditions to 
this country, and after he has learned 
a little fi;-om experience he will wonder 
Chat he ever thought of doing so. 

Our Liberal friend* may they are go- 
ing to try and win Victoria at the n«xt 
ele<'tlon, we never laid the flattering 
unction to our soiUs that they had any 
other idea. 



During the last seven months 172,- 
BHO pe(>ple have sailed from the United 
Kingdom to Canada. Let us hope that 
each one of them will prove aii' ad- 
vertisement to Canada. 



Sir Wilfrid Laurler has been mis- 
informed. The Colonist did not state 
during the last campaign that the 
Grand Trunk Pacific would be built by 
Asiatic labor. We ibelleve »uch a state- 
ment did appear In a Vancouver paper. 
/ 

Reports from India and Egypt are to 
the effect that political conditions arc 
much better than they were last year. 
The Oriental seems so constituted 
that he yields to strong government. 
It Is a case of Kismet. 



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our boundless Empire doubtless docs 

a good work, but he who causes two - ^^'^ couple of years there seems to 



British families, to live where one Uv 
ed 'before is achieving a practical re- 
Hilt without which 4J1 tlie eloquence 
of the' former is likely to prove of lit- 
tle value. We should call Mr. (itrifflths 
a practical imperialist. . But we have 
what Is ev(5n a higher meed of praise. 
He Is 6ne iyho recognize^ tjie responel- 
'bilitji,o£. wealth, and, depend upon it, 
The proibiem presented by tli£_J<lmplte 
»ja*-a home for British people will 
never be solved until th? wealthy 
«;la.sse.s of the United Kin^om , realize 
wherein their duty lies. Perhaps -we In 
this part of the world are not able, 



women, 
•western frontier, 
where we fsu:!fi_the greatest of oceans 
and look across the sea to the nations 
of the Orient, which are stirring with 
the pulse of new life, it is of the ut- 
most importance that men of British 
blood shall hold the outposts of the 
Empire. 



THE ENGLISHMAN IN CANADA 



We notice, quite a marked difference 
in the observations of the London 
papers on Englishman in Canada from 
those that used to cause so much vexa- 
tion a year or so ago. We find In' a 
London periodical the following from 
Mr. Joseph- HoHlms, . an Englishman, 
who has 'bfetir-fn-^BtrsineSsTn Toronto 
for four years. He says: 

'Speaking generally. I have found no 
prejudice against .Englishmen in Can- 
ada; on the other hand, during the 



have been an iticreaslngiy favoraTjle 
attitude towards the Englishman born. 
Many such are hoiding responsible 
positions, a growing number being in 
the ertTploy of Canadian as well as 
British firms as commercial travelers. 
A number of the large wholesale firms 
in Toronto employ many English 
clerks. TJ>ose -who come out must un- 
doutotedly be prepared for hard work,- 



It Is a remarkable fact tliat not n 
vessel that was present In the recent 
great naval review was In existence 
at the time of Queen ^'icto^la's Ju- 
bilee. The way to the scrap heai) is 
like the descent of Avernus. 



Wi' wish tn Join In the approval 
which lias been su prenerally expressed 
of the manner in which the tra'mway 
company handled the crowds during the 
Laurier reception and the other func- 
tions in connection with the visit of 
the Prime Minister. — !..._ 



We wish to direct attention especial^ 
ly to the fact that .Sir Wilfrid Laurler's 
endorsement of connection between the 
Island and "the mainland followed im- 
mediately upon the request expressed 
by Mr. Shallcross that the connection 
should be a "physical" one. 



The chewing gum trust in the Unit- 
ed States manufactures 3,00b,0d0;000 
pieces of gum in a yt^nr. Assuming 
that the utilization of each piece' of 
gum requires half an hour. It "is , re- 
quired to know how much horse-pow- 
er is consumed ev«]^ year In the pro- 
cess. 



to see things quite as the people of 
the Motherland do, Just as they~cannot 
be expected to *ee things as we do; 
but there hardly seems to he any 
room for difference of opinion upon 
the' point tha.t tbe<'e rests upon the 
wealth of the United Kingdom a res- 
ponsibility which is far from being; 
rully discharged, and we have not the 
Jeast objection to conceding that Can- 
andlan weaHlr,oug^1t ti? Ijear a .share 
of the (burden. But the latter. is an as- 
pect of the case which need not be 
constd«rpd just now. Mr. Griffiths does 
not helleve In pauperizing emigration. 
.II- lit ii-bsokitedy^rigiht. He does, how- 
ever, believe In extending ,ai.>ji.«?tanoe 
(to suitable persona '^Hto» reach homes- 
In the overseas Dominions, which as- 
sistance shall necessarily in the •fltst 
Instanrje come from people Of means^ 
but shall he-advanced only as a loan 
to ihe repaid by those who receive' It. 
Thus-what taay be cabled a revolving 
fund -will be created, and a dollar may 
do its work over arid over again many 
times. ■ Thi.s Is a plain commonstnsc 
method Qf_, dealing with the question;, 
but Its soocess must, (have Its origin 
In the gctierrisity of persons of means, 
^vho rciu-st he prepared to stand by It 
es erne reendes demand. 

But .somefh{n.if mor^ than money is 
Tiredeil. ,\.s3isted emigration to be a 
.•- ;■ cess; must havfj a personal element 
)!, it. There is ■ often good' but in all, 
vr'-i.ai,iiiiy much- 'pxore likely -to ., be 
liarm ii4 .-landing, a mah his passkg^e 
. jnoney to Canada and then leaving 

liim to ■ !?hlft for himself, .Douhtlesa 

many cases _could -be cited In which 
; :ii h persons haye jnade good; bxtt 
^ '> always the chance, and It "is 

erlous chnftre, of failure. 'Ntfre 
jnust lie a ju<li ■' r.'i-tinn; then- 

irnn.'it be a ■dcliiij_it: ui.ject before the 
<.'rnigr;uir, he-;Tmght to be" kept in 
<..ueh with thosr, w,ho are Instrumental 

■;■! sendlntr him oiit • -he' ouirhl. if 7 ,,-^'- 



but their prospects are so „exceUent,_ 
that there Is every Inducement to stir 
ambltlonv" 

We think this la_- a-^.yefy_L_t|!uthful 
presentation of the case. There is n.o 
prejudice here against the Englishman 
as sucl^, but rather a disposition to 
give him the preference over all other 
ijjimlgrnnts. The hostility, of which we 
heard so much, was against certain 
t.vj)ea of EngJls'h Immigrants, but the 
saM.e feeling w£|8 exhibited against 
that type of persons, whateiver might 
be the, land of their nati\ity, only in 
the case of aliens .nothing was said 
about It. A «elf-rellant, Industrious 
Englishman Is most cordially welcomed 
In Can 'la. All He ought to have in 
mind Is that he must not expecFthlngs 
here to b«; the. same 'as they were tn 
his old heme. But he must not mistake 
a difference In conditions for hard- 
ships, for he will cease to regard It as 
such whe^. he has grown accustomed 
t-J our coMIlIons. He cannot be expect- 
ed to realize Just what he is likely 
to encounter here and there may be 
timts when he will need. all the courage 
he can muster, -^ut this is the experl- 
env,e of as all. Only a very few of us 
^'egli; life jwilh everything needed to 
make, us as comfortable as we would 
like to be. We exipect to ., cbln~ our 
brains and our iabqr, Into money of 
the realm or to convert them into 
tangible property. Softie of us are dis- 
appointed, but In our disappointment 
"we are not as men without hope." 



It was gentlemen high In the confid- 
ence of the Liberal party, who said as 
the Princess Charlotte was entering 
Victoria harbor: "We ar» going to 
visit the coming Premier of Canada." 
The gentleman addressed asked what 
he meant, and the following was the 
jeply: "After Laurler the.. deluge; and 
after the deluge McBrlde.^''. 



"WTien the^Mlnlsteroif Railways says 
that..."no man has any right to object 
to assistance :belng_glv^^^ 
until every man In Canada has railway 
ffiimnes equal to those which he en- 
joys himself.'* he speaks the mind of 
the Colonist;' "We hope when ■ he jfets 
back to Ontario he will drive, that Idea 
Into the heads of some of his political 
friends, who seem to think there has 
already been too much done in that 
way. . 



''The young men of the Cplonlst^a 
staff are to be congratulated upon tho 
excellent report they gave of the 
speeches delivered last evening by the 
federal ministerial party. They handed 
their a8slgnmeniu-ia...aju.ableinanner 
notwithstanding the fact that the time 
at their disposal was limited." The 
above is from the Victoria Dally Tlmeii, 
and It la not amiss to add that we 
think the compliment, to the reportorlal 
staff of the Colonist was well de- 
served. We are willing to place the 
work of the staff of this paper In con- 
nection with the visit of Sir Wilfrid 
Laurler beside that done on any oc- 
casion by any news paper on this con- 
tinent, and would not fear the result 
of the comparison. 



Refecring again to the telephone by- 
law, %V <«rhlch It is not opposed, our 
evening contemporary says it only 
herpes that the interests of the city 
have been carefuly safeguarded and It 



We use our failures as stepping stones meTitlons the city solicitor In that con- 



to success 

One of the most difficult things 'In 
the world Is to /;onv1nce some of our 
English friends that the view point of 
Canadians is In many respects utter- 
ly different from tholnfi*-it-is. not that 
they do not wa;nt to understand us, 
but that they cannot. The social status 
tj> which tiie.v have been accustomed, 
,1s the oii1(j-rii'^v-th m?- c^^nf nrir--- •-.? agf. 
tl(!<l condit I ; , , ,\vth 

of progressive and devcluping condi- 
tions. We do not me.in that we are 
progressing froml 



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. jnldst of, strangely or ui 
fi"11i7-iti(.n. \'ery wisel 

'i'"" .V cuntldent 

<lia' n of a.'tlon 

from vsiii'h I'll 
|)0 ftnl i ; . ■ I. , 
to in 

to ass.ame th.a 
rew features w 
The local principle, , , 

hope, his plan will be eiun'-(i out, iiaa 
much to recommend it. There is such 
a thin/? as attempting to cover too' 
much ground in an effort of this kind. 
It seems to be dne^^f the 'weakneffeB: 
• if people that thp.vonlways like-to Rp- 
)-kear to be (loins' tilings in a large 
■vs.iy. A .Society for the Colonization of 
the Overseas .r-'ominlnns of tJ'e r>ritlsh 



: i iui.vin.s 

' sonable 
i.s the plan devNops 

t siicr^etft fhc-ms(-!ves. 



ior we have 

-lint- and never 

ahai: bo. We are pr. .«rc.SKlng from con-- 

(MtlnrfR thai, within a few cenlnri.-s w, 

the contineiii , 

I',' '"•'' -111:1 in., '-MMi- i.,iti.-.i were 

primitive within n - .-. two of 

years. But thf.>ug<h -, j ;, , , 

primitive coiidltiiin . ; . ,,, .,,.. 

' ' ' ■■' '•■-■i-i:, :, , ' a,-v.-r 

w(-re i.rimitive. They re))re.senlcd thit 
best blood of the United Kingdom. 
They never were any "man's men," 
There .are ,, people In Canada today, oc- 
''upylng humble positions In society, 
who cl^erlsh tradUlon.H handed down 
to them throu«:h generations, and who 
hf)id themselves to be, as they in fact 
are, the peers of any,' although they 
may. -labor with their liands to earn 
their Ilvln.K. This leaven run.« all 
through .society In Engllnh -speaking 
Canada and the iierson, who does not 
Itnonv of It, can never hope to realize 



nectlon. We are glad It does so, for 
this reminds us that we omitted to 
speak of the YPry valuable resume of 
'^-f. ;!!?*>?'«: cMe.pr«jjar«d -by .1^ 
cer for the Information of the city 
council, of the excellence of which jve 
are sure bur contemporary is as fully 
convinced as we are. 



We have said some pleasant things 

about Sir Wilfrid Lkurler, and now 

we are about to do a llttie sccildlng. 

.He talks too rouch a' boat.ljls getting 

occupied bjt. i&_bg_Jtn old jnlan._ He isn't jBlxty-nlne 

.... »- years old yotT and"iie'haBTno right to 

go around the country telling .people 

that any one at that age Is ah, old man. 

If he k"'-v" !' lifi. he win soon, begin 

' I - 11 1 then, as was 

I ■' ■ I'i -i! that he can 

•''-'' 'II 'lis UHcfiilnei'K 

.-,■ • '., I ■ ,-st is MmI 

■ ■ il 111 1 ,Ml)le Llh- 

11 ,"' ■ ir; -but Is 

I ii,i I ■ h.' h.'i 'I iiM M.':!i ! , 



to thlri ,, 

remarkiil on an 
hiardlr h,--ive f-'i 

i:- 1: ! , r I c 1 iii-lp '. ■ 

'■I 1 1 .'-.•idcr to . 
KoiiiK to prot'iHl 

v\-hlle he is on the. ..sunny aide --f inm- 
a<;oro and has good healthr- ii 1 1 k 
about his being old. It is' time enouRli 
for a man to think he l.« old when lu- 
has to, stop work; but when ;i i-:: 1 
can go through with vfViiit he ^lid mi 
Thiirsdny, he ought to bo ranked with 
the hovf. If it i.i H part of the Mlieral 
I)oliey that a man must think himself 
old Vt'htle his 'heart Ih yet young, his 
brain vigorous and his digestion good, 
we see nn nddltlonal reason fdr being 
Conservaliv*. 



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['I'll tlio A in mnn season close by, your 111. lug-hts are probably o.f Winter carpets. .It'll soon be 
iinic 10 make the Fall changes in the home's decorations, and now is an excellenTtime te-do 
the carpet cljoosing. = » .--.-.-.r-r.^ .- # " . 

•FoT^Fall-^nd Winter service something of ^00 d quality is necessary— the -firpets get a harder- 
-"deal" during these seasons. Don't let a few cents difference in price influence you into buying car- 
pets of an inferior .quality— it's not economy — not much! 

W e offer y ou-the-b esti ri . qua li ty/ the new e st ir b-destgrt airditb^- broad est a-^KortmeiTts, at p rice s' 

that represent splendid values. ,^ T»y a Weiler carpet this Fall. 



Tapestry Carpets from, per yard 
Ingrain Carpets from, per yard , 
Brussels Carpets from, per yard 



.75^ 

,85c 

,85^ 



Velvet Carpets from, per yardT $1.50 



Axminster-,.Carpets fropi, per yard 
Wilton Carpets from, per yard . 



^These prices are for' carpets^'in? de and laid by experienced men 



$1.90 
....$1.90 



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Himdrcds o! Scpjares and Rugs 

To those, who favor the square or rug.as the icfeal floor covering, wc commend this showing of ruar^ andsquares 
Mundred.s ^re on display here and wonderful choice of'-pattcrns, col(irint;>;;vn(! prices offered von. 

^ii '" the. carpets, we maintain a high 'standar d of qti ality, and when nmiparing^ prices, ple'ase remember that 
these are of a superior grade. If you consider quality';WjTi: y?wrrinTn^TTu~r;i'hics we offer are best. 

These aj-e dLs.pJayed on specially constructed rug racks, ' 

Come and see them,. ' ■ • ■ 

Ingfaitt SquareiB from $29.00 to .' .?5i,00 

Tapestry Squares from $26.60 to . .^fli.OO 

Brussels Squares from $42.00 to $16.00 

Axminster Squares from $65.00 .to $18.75 



tllKl' llu 

the wli 



and the will Ic ],,\ may be quickly and easily inspected. 



Wilton Squares froin $48.50 to . . . , 

Velvet Squares 'from S42.00 

Smyrna Rugs from $55.00 to . . . . , 
Genuine Oriental Rug»^All prices. 



. $27.00 
. . . $24.00 
...$30.00 




Oriental Rugs and Furnishings 

Many splendid examples of Oriental Rug Handicraft are on show in ouf carpet department. If you are looking 
for Something in Oriental Rugs ''or in Oriental Furnishiiigs, don't fail to visit this store. 

We have Oriental brass^oods. Oriental curtains and hangings, etc,., and if a "Turkish" Corner or an Oriental 
Room is desired, this store is ready to assist you with splendid stocks and expert help, : 

Come in at your canvenienee and inspect these inteffcsting offerings— we are always pleased to see visitors-and-a^^- 
sure you that you never need feel any obligation to purchase. , ' 



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Sciutlc, piiid Ilif ciiy a ilyiris visit yoa- 
tirday. Mv. i,)rmaiKl.\' vvus uvm' on 
I liiiHineBst (ov iiix conipKin with Hie 



.M!-, .\i, M.UI^.l'M 

.-^ 1 1 1 ■ iiiiimi_jij I' w 



I'lwni ('i.irli'/. Islaml 
(liivs ill Vicluria. 



|(:;r;unl TriiuU- ol'lli-lals of tliis inly 
I an- repreactiiiiiK tho WMsliinRtoi 




w liu 
line 



Air. 



t . ftcLoa,a I ruin 
iin i\ ir-luirt viHll. 



Uuiiciiiia i-i ill 



At tin- 



Montelius Piano 
House 



,\lr. .Il.'in> WalHiin irom Helling- 
iiaiii ih 111 I'lwn on a Inislness visit. 

♦ .. • 

"Mi-MH l':iii3lMii irli sosfpfda.v-'via iht- 
XMitli.'in r«citic (in ,1 Hip i" T'li-'Mit'.. 



I l>Mi. I", I.. I'ar.UT (■ 

,1 lirnll ■> IT I. LSI niKlit 



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•tni'iioil to 
( 'harniiM'. 



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Ai !?t. ,)anir>'.' tlnii'''li '111 the \'IU 
iiiMl., Iiy the Hi'\. .1. II. S. Sweet, Idu 
PHulinc. Hccoiid dijuKlitiT o( tlio laic 
•Mr. Samuel May (inddard', iil' BiniiiiiK- 
liiun, iOnplaiiil, and Mph. <.'.oddard, ol 
tills eity, was uniteil in jnarriage lo 
Mr. J(.)hn U. .Vlmmtain. eldent son "f 
tin/ late Mr. Joseph Muiintain', oi S. ai- 
iM/r. 



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MONTEL 

PIANO HOUSE. LTD. 

1 104 Government Street 

Ciinicr l/'ui Tel. 44' 

B. P. GREENE 

Manager Victoria House 



.^ I !■. \\ Iil. I iH'-liiMirn i'(i '.' 1 
I \,<- t 'iianiier toe tin- Alain!. up 

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.Ml'. .1 .:..■- Sexsmltli. oi I 
III! I -UUi.tf hi« trrpl hei , I'- 
1 ■'■ I laviisou Mtri'ei. 

.Mdemiaii Ra.vmond wtm 

\ an<'ou\i'r \<>sti'fda \- at't> imp 
Ini- .' i'i' 



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u ; iieudinj; 
1 all'l ^u.sior 



■ .\ unlet wcildinn w a 
AN'ediies'da.ii', 17th. in 
rliureh. \'ictori;i W'-.-i 
I'.aium i'oo|wT iiiiil' 
.Mi.ss .\lar.s llaniinoiid 

.toria to Mr. Christian cutuKlv 

Way, Tlu- briilr was ; .'aiiti: 
lirod in mrnn'' -in, mmI Ii<; 
iini.'dicd straw ii.ii w.i .ii i--ieii d^ i"' 
.M-iss .Hnsina H 'i^m.h. v hariniliK'.'. 
Ktnvned inenain >.'ii;i, t liminL-d Willi 
f'IMitled iace and n. I .h d 'i il '.d" pink 
erinoliiie iirn! , rii'\^ ' i I '"■ h^' |||'.'' 

lonpl.' I'l'tir.'d lo tin' \ isu v Ui li:i- 
st,rain. oi .\l.'ndelssnn« weddiiu- m.ii' h. 
,\Mir ilir I I'l-omoi-U' a snnipiiiou-. r.- 
.1 is'i w a.s p.irln la:: ••' ii' a iiMiid.. i ol' 
;,ni'.-U.s at ■ 1 lill (-'I LSI li!, ■ \ i<t'i^>i- 

•■W'esit, fiilloui'd li.v mUHic and daneiiiK. 
which was euMlinnial to an ,.iil\ hinir. 
'Php -Vo-nffmtMlnTi'ii, ' daii many 
I'liciids a'reoinpana d l;;' mrl'' and 



■, >..! 111. Ill/a d m 
.^l, Savioni's • 
u h.ai llii> Rev-, j 

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Shoi . ..I \'ir-' i 



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Madras, Swiss and Scrim 

Curtain Muslins 



(lc?i{::;n.'^. cent 



en 



lU'.'li I li' 



assie Kvaii iias returned tiuin 
\ isit with irlendi?. 



.Mr. E. .M. Wado from Lonrlori. Kns- 
md is a ri^eent ufrlval In town from 
ill- Old ("ouiitry. 



Mr.i^ 
pno.«t 



~s Gauditt, iOrftlij^jt^oww 



Mr. Hiid 
Viincouvor 
visit. - • 



Jitorsi* It SI.' Walsh from 
arie ' tn tawne for -a -ahort- 



M,t.. artd Mrs. Weeks, Beacon, 
loft town yestt^rduy qn ft ftShlnT 
I to i.'umpl^ell river. 



maKmrmammfM 




CuriB, Ptitfs, Braids and 
TraiiBforniatlons In fcU 
Styles at ' 



MRS. KOSCHE'S HAIR- 

DRES§ING PARLORS 
'Phone 1 ITS Dousrias St. 



. T H E iiii ' i i ; 

Real Lace 




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Sliop 



m WORK OF - 


V CM AN MS 



Madras Curtain MusHns, Janc) 

Colored M adras Curtain^JVlj^sjins.Jai^cyJil^oca^^ 

Fancy Madras Curtain Muslins, certi w ilh culurcd dc-^igu^ 



h-. IVl- \ .lial, I'l-, \nr .-ill'l 



35^^ 



.11 



50c ami 



'cv \ard 



•^c aiuL 



10^ 



ro<* 



Curtain Scrim, ecru with colored .stri pes.. Per yard 



» ,.j_» , .. .. . . . . .00^ 



Swiss Curtain Muslins, figured, in "gt^^g y^P^ 

Silkolinc Muslins, l'i^i;tircd and pkiijKjail' colors. Per yard •••-.^^ 



I *- • • ,^ 
iiaifti i-.w)iM.i 



777' 



.liOr- 



:^2o^ 






laainiv llaniikercliiets from eai 
$1.25 to .......;.. $30.00 



1214 Broad St. 




Madame Riisse!! 



shampooing and 
Manicuring 



nn4-':|kM 



715 



Wttaa .*f hair 

- orrlcr 
COTTBTEXirAY ST., 



-tyork made —to 
FHOKZ: 1836. 



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Special Tabief ruits 
i-or Pariicu ar People 

Cantei6up(iS) each. 10c. 15e 

a,vnV .....^ ....... '. 200 

Peaches, per basket. 35c 

Grapes, per Ijfliskct. fill •ni 

atid ■:... , ■ ■ ■ ' ■ "''■' 

Plums, 'iH'r basket, -"ic and 50o 
Nectarines., v>er bnskPt, 25 and. 

.;, . .. ...... ... . . 50c 

Pears, per baskPt . , 36c 

VEGETABLES, 
forn. LUunmibets. i'eas; beans, 
Sriuaah, tomittops, Lcttupo and 

Teii.T.v'. 



A. Pool, Grocery 



Mr. and Mrs. IL ( -harlefr of Van- 
( ouYcr are sho,rtly leavlnB on a year's 

\i3lt to the Old Country. 

• # ♦ — 

Mr. Henry Uart nell, ;of the C. P. R. 
-firetght department, left yeBlerdHy i>n 
a trip to Poctlana,^Ore. 

Mr.. Monzlea and Mr. Donaldson, of 
Pender L^iland Who have been jn Vic- 
toria to hear Sir Wilfrid Laurier .are 
retiirnins t.hls morninB. ' • . 

■•••,....-■ 
" Miss Emjna McCaridllBh i?n Thurs- 
day entertained a, few friends at a 
imi.'sk-al evening, ending in an ini- 

proniptu danco. 

...» « ' « 

Mr. and >?r.s. l.,inton of Seajttlo Who 
have been spending a few wtseSl at 
(■owichan are how in town for a {few 
days before re turni ng home. ' . / ' 

; ♦ • •.,_^ '-'^ ' _ '.' 

Guests at the homi*' ,ot Mrkl Mc: 

<'andlish, Menzles .street, during the 

isit of Sir VVi^frid L<aurier, were: 

i apt. Av T. B, Laybt^rne, XVT. Ferguson 

Hay and W. Leonard Htiijfliphreysi , 

• • • .' 
, Mrs: GnMg and Miss May Gr/;iff are 

visitjors in town from (Htawn andar< 
Sta.viijK at <)a,U..Hay. for a few da- 
after Whicili they .\\rl II take st mot . 
tour 'to - JH»eriit;«tJa ■ nel«hborhocl4r 

Airs. Arthur Airf^utehcr, who .has 
been -visiting 'hep*" sister. .Mrs. J. J. 
("aultield.Queberc street, loft for her 
homo in Butte. Mont., via Northern 

I'acilie. 

■Air. ,,(.'. i-:.' W.eelvs, president of tlio 
Rcforhi' iissoctaticm for -Vtet drift 
county. Ontario, and Mrs. \Ve'fl<8, were 
among the number .who attended the 
reception given to Sir NVtlfrid Laurier 

Wednesday evening. ^ 

• " * 

Mr. A. E. McNeil, »)arristor. of Vanu 



-GeftmF Siipcrintendent of Ord- 
er Tells of Nobie Work 
h-lts Nurses Wq Do- 
ing Throiig hout DominiOU| | 




Brass Extension Curtain Rotls 
— — All Sizes -=-—-- 



■") 



The audien<;e which usseinbicd last 



.111. />. c^. ..i-.,-..r.., .,,.1 ..=iv... V... ..-..^ ornmg boay. arai the otiieis 

couvor. has been .spf-nding a few days bv ..local socio lies ami the .. 

at the, Empress with his-wtfe and. his clatlons. provinolal aiul f.?a<s 

«lHt.'?r. . Mrs. A. U Morrison. oT Char- iMletv raiairur^JuOO aumdnto 



--Char 

lirt,tetown, P. E. I. They leave for Se- 
attle today. 

• * • 
Mrs. Harris, wife, of Rev. P. C. L. 
Hrtrrls, late of Victoria, now of Tor- 
onto, l» spendlhg a hollda.v'. and re- 
newing acMualntances in the city llje 
fnje_st of Mrs. Lewis Hall, Victoria 
•West. ' -.._'_■' ■ ■+- 




• ' * * 
Mr. .T. A. Ornttindy. < hiei: clerk ut 
^be -j[en^ra.U->itma*agei- _tlpnivrt lllPHt of 
the Oregiui and \Va.^hin.c;tiin railroad, 



uighFat the invitatio«-^>l^i*«-<-*t^*^^"'^'' 
Nurses' Club, to listen to the aUdrcss />! 
Mlsa Mary Ard McKenzle. general super- 
intendent of the Victorian Order of. 
Is'urses. Was not very iargo. but it was 
i^ebi8i6aentatlve and nSost attentive. 
';,iitt«. C. t3. Cooper; president of t.u 
Women's Council. AvuaJ.iioJ}ostess of tin 
evening. In Uitroducing MissMcKenzle. 
Mrs. Cooper alluded to the Importance of 
.her work, and said shf hoped she w^ouUl 
te» tho.se present freely what waa In her 
heart ana mmd. In lier, very clear and 
Intercs-tlng speech. Miss McKcnale avail 
eel heiself of the Invitation. . 

'fjlie story of the Vie torJun Order wns a 
lon^ one. «iie naid, oiul was not flnlisKcd 
The MjM.alipr hoptni-Tmt-some futtiro' ocoa 
Hion to i;d<l niaiiy'cliapters. 

In 1!>J>T It way felt that there was need 

of trained nurseii for two classes, tlie 

very poor, wlio oOuUl pay nothing, and a 

much larger numher. consl>?tlng; of clerks. 

employees and Others whose Income was 

l^n ill. hut Who were too honest and In- 

ilPaftri acc*pt eharity. Some of 

I I I found itlnipD.ssible to pay the fecn 

■tof the graduate nurses. . 

, ^' At that lime the people of Canada wet'e 
\f seeking soniC— awUahle .wnji to eelcbrate 
the DianVcind Jublleo of Queen Vietoria, 
and LiidyAlmrdeen. then at Rldeau IlaU. 
propiTsel. that ai) Institution similar to 
i]iK jirbllee nurses of England should he. 
founrted to meet the needs of a new^. pro- 
gressive and p'rospe.rous country. "- • 

Vhe TaiitTwarTo "sTipply rrato?a ttotkcs 
to both town ana couwtVy. At first these 
district, nurses were sent to the poorer 
cpiariers of the larger cities. The Gov- 
ernor-General was the honorary presid- 
ent. He chose five members of the go.v- 
oriirng body, and tlie .ithers were (diosen 
■ ' • ■ , medical asso- 

„„,.„...„ ...iderHi; A local 

Society raiSing*|uOO appointed one direct- 
or. Tills «entral governing body is, Mlsw 
Mackons;ltV believes", the source of th* 
Slren«th of the order. It . is only by 
travelling from ocean to QCfean and ob- 
serving how- .the Work Is adapted to the 
various, needs of' the people from Cape 
Breton to Vancouver, as Miss McKenzle 
dtfes every year, that this can bo fully 
Tmtierstood. . , • 

The speaker wild h ow a lOfRl i; Q iji . i i)j t.- 
lee Could be tinned and .exiilnlned that 
.tiie^juirae. mas 1 h e, provided with Hid>fthlf< 



Dress Good* and Dress- 
making a specialty. A 
large and expert staff. 



Thomson's 
ting Corsets. 



Glov« Fit- 




1123, 1125 and 1127 Government Street 



Latest Ideas ir\ High 
class exclusive Millinery. 

Dent's Gloves. 
Mot;ley's Hosiery. 
Dr. Deimel's Linen Mesh 
Underwear. 




PRIVATE MANICURING 



MDLLE. EDYTHE, laic, of Lttii,dt>n, Eng.. vis-it§ 
aiipointnient at their liomcs.Write 1928 Ash Street, or 

1.1! J« ■" ■ ' ■ ' ■ . ' 



adio by 

hone 



Kjm M Wm | i W, M iP M il II Wl ■'I I I WW 



cwprr m m. t' tm m'^.v'^ynmMM 



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Exceptionally 

Fi,o.€. . .: .. . 

liglrHvcigh! , 
Overeoats . . 

At Popelor 
Prices. . . 



. $18 

. $22 



iiJiiiu ii iMyiiiu i i i Mui i ri i j ii iiamwBwgawfi^^ 



ic in 



., 'I'licsc thcni.ai- arc c x cejHbm Uy fii 

every r«fsp«;tt. 

' Tfe n^jflfta; ar<*'>xc#|)tionai— laecausTf they 
afe-ttieexcltisive creations of the famous Fii- 
Rcfprni ctesigner. 

Ti^ fftliles are ciiceptional, bQth in pattern 
aiKrcjltaliiN. ' . 

^'fh«'1t5tto^rtnf-T|s~t!Xceptiort#r, fbr-©T?ly ^^^ 
Fit-Reform tailoring corps tan. ,4o .such: .su- 
perior A\T»rl<; . •,-'.' 

' ., ■^'^\t'f lS7"i^^'''^liH'f2^2, incsc cicKaiU Fit- 
.Rcfbrtn ()\cri-" •'-'''•,• Hi,' rrrrHlc:' -v;!!)!,*^* cvpr- 

offered in till 



ALLEN & CO. 



board. lodging snd laundry work and' re 
C^Sve n sHlary of 435 a m(m{}\. -. 

in 1300 the scheme was extended by 
the f.ady Mlnlb hoBlJVtSls. These were 
established not onl.v In the cities, bttt in 
mining and logging canips (tnd"-1n other 

! lonely place*. The nurses were chosen, 
voiy enrefully. ..'A >ear ago the Lady 

I Grey' Nursing , .""oheme had been eslah-. 

] lis'hed. : Nwrsef! Were sent to live In 
,scattered__comnvuinltleR nnd were ready 
with n^dvlce and lns4nJCtlon as wjjll~aft 
help fn tJme-of sickness. There w.as 
only one such station In SJouthern iijl- 

. tyerta'. and If was fo und tlia t .the nur.se 

■ #ns a great htessh»g Fo the eommunlty. 
The VIetorian Order epgnge'd In nil 
:mclnl Work. J'h*? nuVsoH were In the 

: ijeh»>ols and Were, fighting tuberculosis 

i and engaeed ttf fSctortv Vvork. 

\ MIsS MeKenzi^ srioke of .the. ,lack of 
the trujtjnurfhjg, spirit Ji» tlus-graduotes 

; oT 'thp hd.<ipltalii». Out • <yr, nveniy-fire 

j graduates', ncarefity o.n* lf^i|I<) «ngfl)fe fn 

I this social' wni^H. :, '■'- -.-:- 

.*e> oi'al ladles look pari in a short dls- 
cuHsiiour among them'. ^Jr«. Cooke, who! 
has hoiiie recently from .Ka«!lo. and who \ 
bore testririonv to the exeeilence of the 




WARDROB 



t<'vvn 

•In answer, to nut^dohs. 3\riss McK.en 
^le statedrthat verylrarel.v dPl.tteople re!- 
fuse to pay>tvbat thte.^- cOuld affort^. nh<i 
that' tliere -wa* littlp dancer I of theh 
coT;nln;er _ hito . conflict with I graduate 
burses. ' She bopVd iin some •nifnri* oe- 
<!i'»|on to tell the pnople of Viotorta of 
.thenersonal and Trtt>rc Interesting side 
'of the work. ■ • '. ['■'■ . i ' 

, A, h«at^,v vt>t,#-o5;,'$tahl|t8'iwAi,t^deriHl 
(he speakep tThrl i% 
liroKe. un dftl 
Mei-ved. 'and an 
prp*!.njTt to'. talk 

Thos» present , Were; :\i,|i^«!l' Rp^toi^. 
Miss . TiiryHtVr, — M-v^. — To4-le»wS4rR.— ^VC, 
Wilson, Miss GoAvard, MhSsiM, Haynes.' 
Ml*-s G. Jluyn'^s. Mrs. Cbopof, Miss P.tii'- 
i'owe.«. Mifip T.HWson. Miss .Tones. Mrs. 
Pay. Misii Btflrrloion. Mr«.„.lenUiiiK' Mrs, 

i .'<weet., MISm^ (!i-aee S'niitli. Mrs. I' 
i (trnhnin.- Ml.ss f'lnrke. M!s« Tiowdte. ' ' 
■ /\. 'wmi.Ttris. , Mrfi. n: ■ Tidi>"van. ' 
} I'Cepton. Atre, GfUierl tVioU, Mis« lli. 
i Miss M. llursi'. Miss n/'illletl. Mr.M. .Mi,i 



.,., , t)tef*u!«iLlftb#f- -;*«eet-lo->T 
Inty /.t-efripshmenfa were 
onpArtnnhy 6:\i'(^t\ fop all 
: to',MlFRMeTveWv:lc,. J 



dleton. Mr."!. 
''r.iger. 



Tlasell,' Dr. .Helen nyaii 



Thousand Islahcls. 

'■■ ^•, , S. Irmiiiei-' w 
delightfill I ri)i<-i , 
. ; -• ,.i . ,1.1, ill,. ,,!,/■ 



■ What a common word, and how often abused. But you, like most Victorians, 
know that we haye_gained the confidence of, masculine Victoria by fair dealing— a 
confidetice which we are "proudlo possess., a confidence that is envied by ma-nyT^ 
and a confid ence that WE' RE 'GQl|^iG TO KEEP. — . : ., 

MEN^S SUITS r 

Tha,t always sell for $22, $2Q, $18, $15, $12 and $10, 
_ - • now reduced tq - 

$16. 50, $15. $12, j;iO. $8 .and $6 _' 

YOUTHS' SUITS 

The MB4-4hat rpother insistsron buying, and which regularly 
,. sell at from $6.50 to $18, now reduced to . . 

V $12, $8, $6,..$5,.$4anci$l ■- 

■. BOYS" SUITS • 

The dependable kind that stands^tlie *'1<nocking about," 
and whick-iegularly sell frorn $4 to $6, now reduced to 

'1 ■$4:50, $4, $3.50, $3. $2.50 ana $2 

Boys* Washing Blouses and Wash Suits have been brought down to 
- $1,25, $1, 60c and 50c' , ' . 




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McCANDLE 

557 Johnson Street - - 




BRO 

- Victoria, B.C. 




,hI liu 



li iuid< 

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mation teleph' 



ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY COLONIST 



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vicix)mA DAii.y COLONIST 



•aturdayj Aufluai ^ 19101 



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LOGGERS' SUPPLIES 




Wc carry a very complete latock of 

The RIGHT KIND 

Blocks^ Chokers, Grabs, WireRopes. Chain, Etc. 

Vv'i: INVITE INSPECTiON 

E. B. Marvin & Co. 



NEWS OF THE CITY j 

More Permits Issued. 

rUiilrlliig iicrmllH Iikvc \»^'-\\ i^J^ued 
Iiy" llu-- l-Milhlin;:; iii!<|ifc'ti'i In R. Mi'- '\ 
Klnnpy fni' a liwplliiiR- on i lo\ pnirnrnl. j 
sii-ff't to ruHt J:;, '.100; 10 tSniJth Bros.) 
I'tir ilwfllliiK on D.tvie .^liTnl " lo co.st j 
$:'.-i:iii and to K. .1. Cri-tn \ •( dwelU-- 
iiiff "M I'h.anibi'i'lain ,*ti ■.■! l'.' i'<is"t 



THE WEATHER 



Tenders Invited. 

Iki\ I.- Ill-Ill iinlVcd 



The ShiDchandlcrs 



1206 Wharf Street 



I'luili'i-.i lia\i.- Ill-Ill imivcd ii; 111" 
'!iii,l)lK«»woi'liM tietiuruiipni for tlio erci-,- i 
tion of a new ;?cliool hulldliiK at lOrU'li- , ' 
Null, 10 bo ior«->iVfrt by of bcfnre the . vi"oria 
Till of SfplfiVibi'r; al.so.for a chavter to 
oiH-ratp a ffrr,\- u't'rus>) Ihf. SUeeuu at 
Kiteolas, rtTC-lvablo up to tlie ISth, 
proximo; lonilors'Toi,- builUInK '^ ii':w 
.srhf.id ai W'osibank ' Ifi t'hi;- OUunagan 



MflFuirdORlcal cifftf.-f \i'-li'i i.i. W. C. ^ 
:U ^ i>. ni.. .VUKUM \\^. iniii: I 

.SYNOPSIS 1 

* Tlio pre.-'Hurp is onb' ni()der!Ui'l>' hiEli j 
on llip. c'Oaft and an aiTO of coniiiHi'fi- 
I lively low, pressure <;)^■erHes the Hooky | 
ImoVinTHins;. no inin lian fnllvn iwda'y j 
f'nnd ihf v'rathor Has c^ntiiuiecl lini' wliyl 
IukIi fpuint'riilun-'p , Imiii nii ihe facifU' , 
>:l'ipi., rind I i-,!Oi|>jh(,)Ul ilii' )iraii-i(- liro\ - j 
■in...s, //'.,. I 

•I !-:.MPi':i;.\'rri;F.. -^ 

I , .MIn 



i\'. nil fun ri- 



.SI 

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.Mux 
74 



arf 

a 11(1 



■a uii to -tin ;ilBt insl;, 
, hltrrati(>nn; lidflit ton-M 

;l . l^., -iMlid -■.,.1'-| 

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New \S'' -1 Ml I . ' , 1 . 

KanikSop 

Ha^I^' , , . 

I'rii: ' ♦-. 

<.'aisai->-. Ml ; 

W'innlppfi. .\!;n 

I'orrlaiul, III' 
San Fruncf!^' ^ ' 

' .l-'ultK( 

I"" 'I li"ii,is I'roi'. a 

■atuidjiy; 

' - !iV find X'iriliil V 

'!«, CPhp,r'air.\' fall- wiili 

In leuipf-iAturo. 



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not 



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Unable lo Comply. 
\ - .ii. atlon w ' '' : '! I 111,1. 1.' . 

' : w ■iryhiii ,.M... ;■■::■ i- n. 

' : >;iiU'ndlU^:inuilUll,i U"!! ■ "I f'-" I ': 

, iai J'arlianiiMil l,iiildiiip-; ri-rnii i 
. i-\!tvc. 80 that thi'v miKbt l"-- .uiih/. ,.,.,,,, ^ 

■ I din-Ins fTVf.vhibllion here Uurind l'''"er -Mnuilund: MrIU to morlPrn 
.--. iiicmhpr. liwsmiu;jr,ii^:.meJatrTiJ«^^l"^f^l«-^^fltQ5^^ 
iiiK oi' tjie iniiltitnde of lislii.-^ wat- de- 1 ' , y FRIi:)AY. 

.«iyiii ■! ;iy iiu'i'cl.v tc'uiporarx. and to 
im -■ : . t. I. in potiilioii would lii,- 
\ oh f \ I r.\ 1 uasiderable expen.-^e, the 



\— < 



THE BEST OF EVERYTHINQ 

— iS-.,.0UR MOTT Q ■ , -; 

Ami Wr I -c Itmnst Gai4 in "Selcctiiif; Otir F*ult8 axid Vege- 
tables. We biiy no job lots. — ^ 

Nectarines — large red-^per basket,; 35c and «.>; ,. . .60c 

Peaches — ^fancy yellow — per Ixisket, 250 and . . . . . ,. . . . . .40c 

Pears— 3 IIjs. .«. . . 25c 

Greengages — per basket 3°^ 

Blackberries — 2 baskets ^ - -zsc 

Logan Berries — 2 baskets .25c 

Sugar Corn— per dozen '. • 20c 

Mushrooms — per basket v 35^ 

Tomatoes — per lb .- .'. 15c 

Golden WaxBeans—j lbs. . . ., .25c 

PURE LIME JUjLGE— quart bottle 15c 

H. 0. KIRKHAM, GROCER 

Grocer, Corner Fort and Douglas Streets Phone 178 



I llislie.st 

i I.owost 

Moan 



r\ i^Jr lliV/J./mJLi 

DISPLAY 



We arc slinwin^ in 
West W'imldw 



(Hir 



BLOUSES 
CORSETS 
SHAWLS 

ALLOVER APRONS 
SHOPPING BAGS 
BELTS, UNDERWEAR 



.\ii 



Ml I I IT h!!!'--. Mil 

.iir •■ri'Min ■ ;ir 



45c Each 



j'lil sdcci 



■^idlii; ni 



Gentlemen's Sterling Silver 
Cigarette Cases 



In plain and t'nL;r.i\'f(| pattern^, ]uig:lisli Hall 



niarkcd,-ij:oiiu$i5 (jovvn lo 
W'l' lia\'f a' 



n inat;azinc 



m sterling 



lU'tT 



/ 



$6.00 

cigarette cases 



REDFERN & SONS 



G. A. Richardson & Co. 



reciui'st hag l)een udiudgcd Jmpoaslta!e_t L J:"^.L1.: 
i.F Lompfiaiiee; ' " j simsTimii 



t;! I 



L 



Victoria Houae 



636 Yates St. 



;( mi hut. p. 



Owl Patrol Entertainment 
On Monday evening it^xt the Owl 
Patrol of Troop B, Vk-toria B&y 
Scout.s, will put on a high-class en^ 
tertainnicnt. The patrol has been work- 
ing hard for some time and all who 
i ^NilS,h„ to see what scouts can do should 
I remember the show on Monday, August 
j 2-'nd, in Christ church schoalrooni. 
• This IS the first show of Us nature 
' held in. the city, and It Is hoped that 
i It will be patronized by all who wish 
to help out Haden-Powell's great 
i movement. The funds are to be devot- 
i ed to a bugle and drum fund for the 
j patrol. ^^. 



! Better Crossings 

I 'i'he city engineer lias ifported to the 

: streets committee on the cost of laying 

! permanent crossings" In the downtown 

sei tioiis where they are required in 

! wPt weather ori streets which will hot 

: probably bo paved for some years, ^lei 

• sthnates«that a concrete crossing, fivcS^ 

I'-it in width, with a dfpth ot seven 

inches at the centre and a thickness of 

j tliiei' invlus at the edge can be laid 

' for aboiit J 111. He will be asked to re- 

(lort what Btrfeets reijulre such cros- 

sib«n Ml uiice, in order that. Hoc worat 

spot** jnay he rtnproved before thtv 

r:\riy season uetis In. ■ • 

H« Likes Victoria 



^"^ MIKADO 
B A Z A A 



Japanese Fancy 
Goods 

Special sale for Bamboo Blind, 

SxR, $1.-5. and GxT 7uc. 

1404 Gov't St. CoF. Johnson 



If You Give 

r-rr;inq pifcts 35 Cbhstmas 
pmsent;;, and Ihe pieces art 
stcmped 

1847 ROGERS BROS 




your frirnds will know Vn^y 
have received the best ihat 
is io be had in silver plate. 

BciT tt3 .«<!t<. dish»5, wiiltrs. 
rh., arf: stamprd 
ERIDEN BRIT* CO. 

■ i",ii »<r ; F M'lN''. r'K«i.»R(< 
'SUi'ff T'll'e that W'er.rs 

vmtmummmmm 




I 



JAS. LEIGH & S0N5 



Lumber 
MilLs , 
Fool of 



-Wliolesale and 
Relali 



i Lumber 
1 Lath 



Turner Street Shingles 
Victoria, B.C. Bill Stuff- 

End nianufaciurera of all kirds of 
Safh, Factory and Flanlnn Mill 
Goods. 



.The Furest ~ Always .Clean 
The Safejit No Dusty Cans 



BOTTLED MILK 



is ui t he. LJty a t ili^ PrTaTd botel as one 
"Hcrr the .Vlc(hri|drst Ocneriil ••onfereiiAr 
dologiites. He cnioriaiii-s pleasant recol- 
ttH-tlhn« of Ills forniei' vinlt , here \n\ 
Ausost, .!«!>!>. alonK.wUlv tht- Pa<;lfic j 
j coast oxcuisiijn of the Canadian PrCBH i 
; .Vsinoelatloii. of whltb horty h<' was that] 
«.l»vst(lont. Vl<toHa's wnlBmUd pro- I 
\.^' ->* in tlif ii^tcriin is duly noted bV I 
■• 1 Aiayor blnsman^ wbos*'. newspaper 1^* I 
-'the Dally. Hoik.) Id oi Strut fonl., Mui\lcl-.! 
p.. pal boclles jfiQi n v l i o cafct,jir«V fislrlijf well 
fi rcpj csejHett; t»i , the Mxsthodlsit _ G<mernf 
j Conttrence^, .UnoiiR tlio d''leKatc« arf^ 
Alayor Austin, Chatham, unt.: Mayni 
C'ftle. K. C., ."-liFTtTTooke. Que.: Mayor ! 
j Dinffmaor itraiford. (Jni.. • amUMayor { 
I Steven a,. Stan* tend. t^up. There nrc al»<? 
Aid. T. V. Harriso n, Kimgwton., , Ont 



Fashion^s 
Decree Says 
^' Diamonds'^ 

The season of the year 
when Society makes the 
heaviest demands upon her 
votaries will soon be here. 

lien "gems, rich and rare" 
arc almost necessary to the 
attainment of .social success. 

Why not take the oppor- 
tunity of making your ptir- 
cha^«-m3w3 — We h|id the 
forethought to purchase be- 
fore the rise in prict? and can 
offer yofi~ flawless Diamonds 
at figures that \yill pleas.e_ 
and asto'nish you. 



. Krom the 



Victoria Creamery & 
MilK S upply Co. 



.Dealers in, 

Finest Ice -Cream, Cream, 
Milk, Bujtlermilk and Butter 

Phoite 1344 



VISITORS AND THEIR 
FRIENDS MAKE YOUR 
.APPOINTMENTS AT 



Latest importations From China 

l>«diPB" and Gentd' silk underwear. 
rofx, warm, ^leat and Ilarbt; cent*' 07- ' 
Jamas In beautiful stripped silk. Thai 
newest stj-'lei of beautiful embroidered i 
»llk kimonas. NotliinK moiua„beautlfuL j 
The loveliest allk embroidered doyllea { 
ever shown. 

QOONG MAW rnna ft co. 
p. O. Box US. 1715 Oovernment St 




H OUSE ¥l,ms .re.-K..e}«e-^- 

_ ^ anure- and teve 

I I hilh. Scirnlisl-. hovp, disrovrrrdi that they ari 
Ura[^lv i-5pnn»'K|r f'^r *Kr rp'.»nrl rif 1 Mh''rritl.i..i 

r\ph'-ii^, rVpI'li.'Tfl, '■ 'vr 'it-' V, lrii.irililr i ' ■ 
of ihr BoHr;. ■ i ■ , i;-t n( 



V^ I c 



IV s 



.Mi, appreciate agpod clip G>f 
tea, pUTc ic<J crcain and ap- 
p6ti/jing lunchco;is. 



CLAY'S 

ftt^ Fort Street. 



IJpht i.'omniisfsloncr !^ Ca ri er ." CJuc 1 p h , 
'hit., .ind possibly SRrvBTsn oihrrs. 

Foroahore Protection . 

th" rfrdVr t<5 aflToni protection ti^ the | 
foreshore at Robs Bay eemef^ry, the ! 
•tty ^.englpopr is now engaged in run- 
ning two seivcnty-fl\>* ft)ot ijnfln.s "»iil 
Into the sea from high water mark. 
, There !?< nhput 300 feet of the foreshore j 
-this— locality,. wJierc^ ttic cliC thirty- 



fi^et m height. \» being undermined, by 
i-ttre ^oroe of' the waves. Two .years 
' ago h row of pi leu was driven tllong 
thf ."hore for tibout 500 I'ei't.' the piles | 
being li«t ked by foun Inrti-plank Thl.o i 
protection proved wholly in.^dei:iuiitr. 
th^ waves smashing the planking with , 
CHse., k Is hoped tliat the grolnn will ' 
gather up thf drift j^ravcl and s^and 
.md build up tlie-s*M>re. ' If thi." ^vork 
fa'il.s It will Ik- neccssar.v, t hj; en giiiecr 
states, to constru<t a concrt-tr "waTIT at' 
an est'imated co.st .of $:;,000. The cost 
<>t consti'uciing the grolnisLis wboat 
$300. 



Repairs Delayed 
Owing to thP nature of/ tlie rejaalrs, 
the creosote plant will not he in opera- 
tion ftir anothej- week, vhen It "a-*^ 
hoped n, start at*crea.«<otlng blocks U>v 
p.ivlng purjiosesi would be madt- next 
.\(omliiy. The rppalrsi howevw, will 
K:reutl>' Imprtjye the ^fflclency of Ihe 
plant, /i-he cW e"ngln«!er stHtes th«t 
there_ aVe jij pr esenl. -a hjiaL _iafl.oaO. 
blocks treated and' ready for'Uiying: 
The Douglas street paVenienl between 
jlifmboldt strtet tind t«'i.sguard street 
vvlHrorjliire l,.'tfA,0(to hlOck«. The rlly 
has a contract^v Ith, the .\|fchtgan Pa- 
; oiflc Lumber Corniian.r tor. ;i, dally any-. 
ply of 24. 000 bliicks. and alilonltig,^ foi; 
; the treatment' of ::!O,0O$i blocks per da.v, 
jit will take forty r .seven da. v« to.trcnl 
' th# biilance of the bl^tcks reriulred on 
i 1 )oiigla.s street. K start on t,he layiiiR 
1 of the. blocks on l5ooirta.>* street will be 
j ntadP at once, the cohcretx' foundation 
'Tor the pn vernfipt at the HitmholstL 
I .street end h.'fving hecn under way for 
s«me timer -Tftt^r^wft Of H toiMt-ftT^^ 



Toiirists Kindly Note 
That Diamonds Enter 
Canada DtKy Free 

■ /I. ly-ao-^ . 

W. n. Wilkcrson 



100 Sheets 



Carbon Paper 



for 



«P X c £m%J 



at 



BAXTER & JOHNSON 

COMPANY, LTD. 
721 Yates St. Phone 730 



English Bicycles 



L-> 



$35.00 



Complete with Dunlop Tires, Bell. 11 i'ag^, Pump, Wrench 
and Oil Can — ready to ride 



WHILE THEY LAST - 



1^35.00 



THOS. PLIMLEY 

1110 Government St. oppoaita speno«r> Victoria, B. C. 



i»»>«»e««»»» 



-.»♦■»»»»«»» 




Y. M. G. A. 

Temporary Quarters, 1^209 Blanchard,St. 

NEXT TO NEW BUILDING UNDER CONSfRUCTiON 

Reading and Game Rooms — Hot and Cold Shower Baths — 
Mea'.i and Boy's Summer Camps— Summer Membership 
, 50c per month 



fhd^wVln- 

gi5 GOVERNMENT 
lei. -i^xTi 



ST. 



k 



FORYOD R FOWLS 

.•Something nt w aH tP from ^ 
a good recipe- in fart a 
giiaraiilecd recipe. t..)ur 

Dry Hopper Food 

.\iJc tour riciglilior ahunt 
it. He' has heard uf it if 
ypfir Iiave not . 



Bannerman i florne 

"Broad and Johnson 



I '.one 



'■4.^- 



SALE 

SOME GQOD TRACTS 
OF-CROWn GRANT . 
A.ND LICENSE 
TI,MI?F.R 

WELL SITUATED " 

OK . 

Fori George 

I can offer some good 
acreag'e^.., about 5K miles 
southwest of the townsite.. 
Field note.>* may be seen 
L SUJ a}>plicaU"n. 

■ Price ?8 per acje. 
Subject to prior sale 



Only $10,000 



view' Street ..property, neai- the new V 
three-etory iron warehouse. 



AI. C. .v. buildinp. i) !\1 •■>, Aviih nc.s' 



MOORE & WHITTINGTON. 865 Vates St 



WwB J;iaxnb«r. S&ak. Dooro. and «-li VJmAm oX BoUdlii^ M&t«rlA2. tfo to 

The Taylor Mill Co. 



Mm. 



iiiBittvd xaakmiy. 

Office *na Yar<»»: Jll« Govc-mnient St.. P. O. Box 6!t. Telephtme 584 



1 



Ernest Branimcr 



TcL 2095 - _ 
Office 644 FortStrcet 



>-•-•-•-♦.•-♦•••♦■.»'. 



Don't Throw 
Away Your 

' Money 

BY BXIYING TOO CHEAP AN 
ARTICLE. 



P:iy a- Hill'- 
lirnc-ll'. l.'N' it. 



iiidro .Hiirl >'i 



u will 



We can s\i|iii|y you with a 



daz 



zeOe 



>i 




.M;i.!i-' 



V> & S. train oonncixLiJiK with the 
. , .straTn=er at'-«tdfrcST--t-TTr C'u' 

will be; rMhtftf a)».lM frtundalicia *ork- lorroatlon telepltiunc 5n. 



WILSOH'S 


Fly 


Fads 


vii! kill rnorr 


fl'r. ihan 300 si',--- 


oj "t 


'! U paper. 


'wwi.'i.'nr"'" r.'t ■-""■ 






s 



,Thr p' 

; ; i, (.. .~ ■ ■ .liinders 

• hf world an I'livninR thnir ;iTtt^'fiti' 
\i1l draw ins own r.in. liisliois from t 

, ! that Aia.ska, wh' -ii liolilin;,'.- 

ili^ Arnalgaina' " vclopmont 

onipaiiy are sitnyi' luring the 

I ast r^•^v weeks been |ivr.-»onnlly 

'.y HUih lemlers (».t ti".,."'"."*'.^' market 
IS .lacoii .Srhilf. the w'oll-jinuwn .Vew 
■,'ork b.-4nkvr-. a represcntai , 
I lu^ltgenluini". -^nd f>ther 
, ipit,ir!.9ts, 'I ' 
jiig- for amii 



< 



Are 
Precious 



: proceeds'. 



Mafty Coi^|ilJRni«f Licensed. 

rthe fniiinerTn 'with the condltionj? of 

the C'lfmpHnleH Act of" TJi-Tflsli Cbltnn- 

biii'IVy ex-t.ra l''r,ovin('tnl trade iirgtini/.a- 

tion.s .i's-siguincantiy iittestcfl fc> the 

i.ji+)P«Aw;jt »*.-.«•, In the current issue of the 

; Brittislr "ColnmblH Gaaette of jiotlce of 

tthe licenslnr to do t.mslhftus 4n — tW*- 

! pr.o\'ince> Of Bailey,- Djron & Co, Lldi, 

i the Canadian l-AshestcJjn^nmjmnV, tho 

'Charles KiiwcW iyifg. <Jo. Litd.. the 

Corteeelli .Sllkn r'o. i.t'd.. the D. Illb- 

iier Fiirnlturr- Cos I.id., th^ D. McCoIl 

Ltd., Kxiioit 'Jralii Co. Ltd., E. F,- 

ll o- <«i- i. of' ll(invilton, T,tVl. Oflit 

'iittin,K i't., r-td.. Klavello!? L.td!, fiud- 

Ha\ IvnittlhK Co.. 1. .1. iVtit^halBOnS- 

„ ,v .Sour I,td.. .lames Itiuhandn & t.'O. 

; |/t<l.. .himes Corl.sthu' ^- <'ii. Ltd., .T.'M. 

.^.Ki,'^-'^-'- ' ■ ' 'ohri ,L. CasRid.v Co. T.td.. 



\\<'\ rcMiiiri' 



] iPt i| icr ;i I ! r 11 



J. H. LePAGE 

ETtESlOHT SFECIALIST 

P. 0. Box 22.S 
(iovernment St. Victoria 



i .1.. 



I )' 



, , : ... i .'W , 

I'-iiJiu iV .Sim : 
,1 \\'hltl;i .V 

I l.iii S;i;iii' 

II iMi I 1. I ,:.l 



Calcflonlaii 

.Ififli' ''.iMiide 

I ■ I M 11 1 '' i 1 1 . I ' . ■ 

.. I,-' 1; s. 
■-, Hi- 



iro I) 

l.t.l 
Mil 



B. r. rream "has th-' umiumI flavor." 
.N'ow Hi cent.-! for turjji tin, at •> our 
propers. ' , - ' ° * 



The mipn who nialv' 
men who develop the 
•The .^mnlgamated fie' . 
|.any. is doing this wlt)i 
rhief resources — oil. Ii 
into this cmnpfiny's p: 
pay > ou as .t.' business ^ 



) .iio> are tlu' | 
r' -v district*, j 
'p!iir-nt com- I 
M<- .1 .Mawka'.i | 
"II |,),i|jp,| \ 

.'• I- I; .^-li 



IMI.l HON 



Kodaks 



^t.(I niil.Mk;h 

' M I'LTMl :. 

r* 1:1 nlP'il 

■. .,.$5.-i, 

1 1 .11) , The 
w lin'l .m-l 
: ; I a r.. 1 n.l r e h 

.. fi Hin il. 



nnd 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 
SUPPLIES 



Brass Goods 



JLukenheimer Valves, all 
sizes in stock 

Brass Tubing and Bar 
Brass 

' iPACKINIj.. ' 



I 



ing brands In stock. 



at 



'Excuraiont nmonlB: ti 
Wednesdays and Salurda\s. Now is 
the time to aec jthese liemUlfiil Islands. 
The novelty of Ihla trip <nnnof be e.v;- 
1 eljed in any part, of i li<-, « orlik J.vake. 

with 



Maynard*s Photo 
Stock House 

tl5 i?»nrtora 8t. Photla- 1 



■-ffl 




■nf'-f'HT^-y^ft-r^-rtty-TTf ■ • ■■ t V ir 



■ y. S. Tro^uola la w iih<lra\\ n 
Seattle route ufltlt f ui 1 Ivi > n.iiii 

B. c. I. Veam' *'hij8 th< mh; 
Xow 11 cents Cfiir i.h 
procers. * 



• .■.\ mfilKamal'-ir, r)('\ ('•loyhieht roniTiTih,\ 
'! hTTSTT^ffhTI^' market rendv and \>nUii,iK 
frofTi |t*t Itf (loiirfii fhi> df'm''iii'l In .Maskji ain!' 
, » I tlu- Yukon ti'einK a lorRft and Rrovvlnn 



*.--- 



<' h» ;) n' i V>or talnfl Stoma' h ■ .mil 
Tablets trently .'<tlnjulat< ili' liver 
bowels 'to i-oxpel ■ poi.'^on.ons matter, 
clenns^ the stystem, cure < on."=!tii>ntloii 
and sifk heailaelie, B'Vm i>v all d^>«l- ^ 
ers. . :.■,','' ■ *-i. 



,iClarl>, 
l>i\"'er ; Vani'Oi.u 1 
ind ; 



111 1 ■ 
.iii|i.i 
:. I s 



- A Mialgahiated l><'\'elop- 
:> Aiil/I, r,x\\i] \-, Alc- 
JiJHlfm^B H'trri t West, 



'II \n 



Ha yfc ypo pni^ any • ' 
develop ineht m thn Kutaii.i oil ilelds. 
Jt) Alaska a«: an opportunity for In- 
vestjYient? Xo? Then -^11 on .Xukl, 
Gwih '■& McClBtty, r.ljt H«.>*linff.«) street 
west. . Vancouver, for information re- 
garding the operation of the Aftial- 



Deafnesa Cannot Be Cured 

;il >vpp!,irilttfiii 111 ■• .'.niii.^.i 

:■■,]•:> the flKeaSerl iinrlwHi ni tju' cin. 

/'. TluTt Is'only, o.nr Wn,\;_Lu_!''ii'e rlea'rn".x.s, 

and that Is by e0n»t(lullojtH4-V<nii diek. 




fA„.:i I k-^ >...., 

"Smoke has no ' 



I Ml'- 



gamated D<^vel' 

'. ( 'team ' 
UI cents 



( ompany. 



naluvrt'l flaxor. 



tile |>eHrnes>..< Is «aii.<ieij h\ a>i iiifUiiieil ron- 
dltloiv of Ilif, miKiniiK lininR "f ih. 
K-ustachlBn Tui-.f. Ayhrii, this 1 ;,ir i> 
tnltamed yoii imvo n riitublinK houikI 01 
tmpi^rfi^et henrlnw.' and wlien II Is enlj^re - 
ly closed. I»i'nl'iie.''s is' iln rrmiit, nlTd 
UnlCKH the inftaninafttlon can be. tAkeit 
out and .this tube rrstnied if> Its nor- 
mal cpndftinn. hearinB wtii tvc'<le!«H"o\'^d 



iiT ,1a rse tin, 'Jit 



youi' 



I 



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1,. III. .1.1 l,l;l 

('•'ixture fo! litd., Wanhll-' 
VVnrvvh^k Brothers .<.• Hotl' 
"TlniiT V'liie ■( "o. • s , ...1 : 
r^'urniture .Mi*; ' ' 

poralors of the Laa^Mintli U'.ncial 
lioapital, under the pTovii^tmis of t.hc; 
r(<>nevoIenl " • Act,' is a! ■ '. 

nouht-ed. ' 

Advertise \n THE"coIoII1!ST 



WORK R€STS 

■iljje of the w ork 
' ilo '*!"■ host Uitli 
■ i ,1- T we . undertake. ' 

WHEN W,E ESTIMATE 

j,,i, ,1,,. ,. ,.i "' .. )',i iiiiii'ii!- voiir oUI bnth- 
I rooiip inl ' 

you'll i',;_ 

iigurr.s will 11',' 

thoiiK'i "ur 

Sill' ii"'' 



effect upon 
NdJthoid Roofiivg 

•"■.Stjip^Hr'ftrmei' ai'JU|id aiiicliiug^"'^'" ™ 
ptant5, eat up a rpetal rpof 
short order, and v.cry few other 
mstcrials can withstand the at* 
tack. "Malthoid Roofing docs 
the , business. Engineers^., and 
pvvners of property in. di.'.trict.'; 
affected by thpse-fomes will .save 
money by looking carefully into 
the merir-t of Ma'thoid. .Write 



forever;' iil.n(>.i aiirtth uiit nf ten.aite cauwo'd 
by CAtarrh, w.hieh Is nothinK b\<f.oft In- 
tlauicd' coivdKiun of tlio muwiua ijur- 

fAc.es!. 

IS for 




w 



.■^ailltHr>' I'm- 

.;,id^ that i>ir 

•il t,hoso of an\, 

la ■ admit tedlj' 



Agent 



.^401 



jfti ■■ 



R. ANGUS 
Wharf St.,^Jct6ria 

ifeRnaHMMBBii 




The Colbert Plumbing & 
Heating Co., Ltd. 

-IhB Broughton Street ■ PiKHW hht 

' . ' ' ■''■' I '",; '■■ '■ " 

J(ic^lary'(s famt)ua Steel Hihgi-s and 



■.Ic.'Jti'll .■' 

The .xtoinarii 1 m.i ii \ .i 
rd to a lU'althy conih 
iM'.Main'.s .Stomach and ' 
(•an lie dr'pcndcd iipoii f' 
to take and mi'r-'t i fi'' 
all dealers. 



•Illrt. 



Heating Sfpvea at Clarke & Pearsons 
' iii;5 SVharf Street, niw* Job«aoi 
Htrcet. Victoria. *, • * 

'■— ■ ' ,. ,„. i;i , n . ^, , „ . >»:n .;.... ~i :... ' ; 

r--t — *htmlriF? '■ Tyf'"'-""''"- '■ 

■ ■ st and be.s.f .hi 
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ivoryware and 
Ganton Chinawarc 

.Wli' lire "Shdwdnp a sfiJeilnJt"' V'totk 
" fflif I v.oiy wii re. emtu'wclriK' , 1 'o wdc.i _ 
boscft,. Hiiri*idn boxe*. tUuUuJiJ j 
iraiucis.' »>tc. Also Cani'.'h hand- | 

i. . ■" ■ ' 'htim in gr«sa"f nv-ty. 



Lee Dye & Cd. 



No.vt to Flr« Hall 
Ciinnoiant St. and 70» f' 



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Saturday, Auguat 20, 1910. 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 




When yini mdiT AK- from your dealer, you want the best 
and purest. You don't want to pay for "a headache in the 
morning." You'l) aprcc to that, we're sure. 

■When you order Ales^or jBeers here you skip the impjjri- 
tics: you get pure hd^) and malt drinks, with sp arkling life in 
them too.~Ales and Beers that you like to have in your home 
for yourself, your family and guests . 

Only the best ami hm-i reliable brands of Ales, Porters, 
Wines, Liquors. Liqueurs and Mineral Waters are' to be found 
at this store. Thc5e are sold at popular prices. 

TEST OR PROMPT DELIVERY SYSTEM 
TRY OUR FINE OLD PORT AND SHERRY 



Tel. 1974 



CAPITAL CITY WINE C^. 

1327 Douglas Street Con, Johnson 



Open 8 a. m. to 10 p. m. 



KIMONAS REDUCED 
FOR TODAY 



Cotton Crepe Kimonas, Regular Price 
$1.25, Today, • 75c 




Cotton Crepe Kimonas, Regular Price 




These Are the Greatest Values 
Ever Offered in Kimonas 




SlO Cormorant street 



Opposite E. <£. N. Depot 



Red Jacket 



"So Easy to Fix" 




The Hickman Tye Hard- 
ware Company, Limited 



ELECTRIC GRIT FOR POULTRY 



$1.50 



per 



friSSC^'osHe.ntlal f)roy 

100 ll)B. 



■ larkft loduy. coiUalniiig «,'iir- 

iiat youf Blrfls n«ea.^r Keep 

U .'I prPRt — J-RR protliiffr. 



SYLVESTER FEED CO., 709 Yat«suTei.4i3 



BREAKS GAOL 



Nanaimo -Prtsbner Los«» No "Tim« 
Regaining Hi« Uberty— Polie* 
Searching. 



in 



Artistic Work 



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U-S. finlf^': ill. I.: 


jrib tluiL 


it Is '"- 


ablr. 


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C. H. Tite & Co. 



■Lr-r r^lnrk 



IMinno 2nr.o. 



Whatever lack of ublllly George 
Williwins, on Thursday sentenced by 
the i^peedy trials court at Ninalnio to 
eifrhteen niontlis In goal, may have 
shown In hla chosen work of thieving, 
there Is no d«)u1)t that he uosst^S*"*" 
real nwvii as a goal -breaker. VVlllUnia 
was takon to the goal at the Coal City 
In the afternoon and when the next 
iijornlng dawned he was at Ubt/rty. 
How h« escaped Is not tstatcd in the 
l)ri('f telegram which Superintendent 
or Provincial Police K. H. Hussey, re- 
ceived yealerday morning from Chief 
Conatubie Ste|plien.ion, .N'anaimo, but 
uj) to a late hour last night he liad nut 
been recu|Jtured. ■■ "* 

Circular.s giving the ftiKltive's dti- 
scrlptloii have bet'u laaued to the po- 
lice authorities of the rs\laHd and It 
is expected thai WiMlams will be re- 
taken within a short time. 



It was decided that the city ehould 
take the matter up with the contract- 
or and endeavor to arrange a aet- 
tlemenl.' ■ 

ENTERTAIN MANY GUESTS 

Mr. and Mr«. David Spencpr Hold 
Garden Pmriy in Honor o,f Con- 
ference Member*. 



AMUSEMENTS 



a 



SUCH STUFF AS DREAMS 

ARE MADE OF" 



But Passenger of Australian Boat Who 

Tarried Over Long, Came to 

With Weird Idea. 



It was' a sad awakening for a be- 
lated passenger of the last Australian 
boat when he awoke out of a drcatn 
that had seemed to him for many 

any^'days. Having been left, he de- 
cided to make the time fly until the 
departure of the next vessel in the 
be.'it po.sslblc manner. After liavlng 
-several "good times" as they were 
termed, lie hapiM?ned to board the 
steamer Yucatan late the other night. 
The watchnuin seeing that the man 
meant no harm let htm sleep. However, 
■when the man woke up, apparently 
thinking he was bound for Australia 
and was wrecked, he rushetl madly 
down theideck and grabbed the watch- 
hiun shouting. "Well,' by Q — are you 
saved loo. 



Between bIk anil seven hundred Quests 
for Llie miiHl part clergynieti allendlng the 
Melliodlsl General Confcrert'ce, for wliom 
ihe "At home" was given, and Ihoir 
hosiH and hoHloR-ses and «1ho ^riondB of 
Mr. and MtMr."* David Spencer. MImh 
.Spencer and 'NIrs. Chrlw .Spe.iicer, were re- 
ceived at "J-,un Uerwln." ll\eir Mows 
street home ut a moat enjoyable recep- 
tion yoHlerday liftoriioon. Those assisil- 
Ing wens ihe Misses Hpencer. Mrs. Will 
.Speneer, Mrs. F. W. Grant, and the 
.Mls.^e.s Maclaren. Refreshmenls and tea 
were serveil on the lawn, where tlio I'Iftli 
fteKlnifiil band also rendered an ufter- 
noiin's music from four until seven. 
Many games of teiuils and croquet were 
also arranged for the >ounKfr ,Sfl in the 
courlH. 

'Plio following pronrumnu! was render- 
ed by ilie band:.. 

Frorraimni* 

Miircli - Pride of All MyerM 

Overture — Slradella hlotow 

Cornel solo — Lost Chord ...,..■ .Sullivan 
.Select ion- -lloluMldH n VGlrlr.i:;;jj..ii._._-,BaVf« 

\'als'> lie concert— Moudalm. .: Bose 

GrunO .'.-Ir. iinii — bucia Ue L-animermoor 

— Donl/.elll 

Gavoile — Allia • Losey 

Overltire — .Xorthern I^lghts , Valt 

I "^i.n .M'iiTlsii.1..- U\' the .Swaneo River — 

—Mlddleton 
Selection — Kngllsb, Irish una Seolch 

Airs ..,..,.. Brulen 

Kxtras. 

God .Savi> ilie King 



TELLS OF TRAGEDY 



Drifting Boat Found in Rivers 
But No ^ign of Fisherman. 



niet 



TEACHERS ASSIGNED 



Staffs for Various City Schools Ready 
for the Opening of Fall Term. 



The provincial police <iti)a-Unent 
has bee^ notlfled of the disappeaiitnce 
on July 25, at Wadham'a, Rivets Inlet, 
of a Hsherrnan iiamed Frank Bjork- 
hom. otherw.lse know as Fi-ank Birch. 
Karly on the mornUig— **f- that date, a 
fishing boat belonging to the Beaver 
cannery wa.s found drifting near Salt- 
ery bay. The boat which belonged to 
Bjorkbom contained a fishing net which 
had evidently not been in the water. 
Bjorkibom was aadlcted to, the liqiidr 
habit and Is known to have been drunk 
on the afternoon prevlfitis to >he find- 
ing of the boat. Hp Had the habit, 
when drunk, of Jumping Into the water 
fully clothed even wearing hla heavy 
top boots, and going for a swim. It Is 
supposed that he went In his boat 
while drunk Mnd either jumped or fell 
overboard. The missing man had a. 
bfothef residing at. Cottonwood Island, 
Agassiz, B. C. " - , 

..COLONIZATION SCHEME 

l$Ir. Norton Griffiths Exptalns What 

Imperial Federation League Pur- 
poses. 



Mr. Norton Griffiths, M. P., who won 
Wedneabury for the Unlonlats at the 
last British elections and who. Is at 
present visiting the city yesterday gave 
an informal address to a number of 
ladies and gentlemen who assembled 
at , the Alexandra c'lub. The speaker 
outlined his scheme for opening up 
new centres Of population in the prov- 
ince. 

He explained the worklngSv of the 
Imperial Federation League and • ho>Y 
It proposed to send enilgrants to Can- 
3«1&. Localities in the oW land were 
to raise money and assist these emi- 
grants to find their way to specified 
points, and the emigrant.'? when they, 
settled and prospered were to repay 
their passage money which \yould be 
utilized for sending along more emi- 
grants. Mr. Griffiths pointed out that 
It Is proposed to establish two towns 
In Br ltiah Colum^bter -grte -gf tlvgsa^^^ 
ing on~VancbuvcrfT7J'ah'a"To W named' 
Wednesbury. To this town it lBr,pro- 
posed to emijarrifOfe people; from Wed- 
nesburv ii^ the Old Country. The peo- 
ple sent out will be of a good Qla?*,. 
many of them farmers, mlnorB and 
artisans. I'lie demi^nds of labor in the 
different localities will be considered, 
and where possible ;<upplled by the 
agency of the Imperial Federation 
League of which Mr. Grifflths is vice- 
president. Mr. OriffltMs address was 
listened to with considerable Interest, 
and on Its conclusion a number of 
questions were addressed, to blm. 

Mr. Griffith's leaves on Monday, in 
company with Premier McBrtde fot 
Ashcroft from jvhloh point he will go 
to Fort George. ^ 



The assignment of teachers for the 
various school staffs for the coming 
ttrm has been made by Superintend- 
ent of Schopls, B. B, Paul, M. A. The 
fe Mowing Is the lilt of teachers, and 
the schools to which they haye been 
u.ssigned ; — , 

High School. M r. P: Jt-WlllH(rBrA. 
(principal), Mr. .\ .1. Plneo, M- A., 
Mr. E. H. RuHsell, B. A., Mr. F. An- 
drews, B. A., Miss J. A. ,., Cann, 
B A., Miss A. K. Henry, M. 
A., Mr. A.' G. Smith, M. A., 
Mr. H. S. Prihgli'. B. A., Mr. E. W. 
Clarke, B. A., Mr. P. H. Elliott. ,M. j 
J3c„ Mr. H. P. Hope, B. A., Mr. James ] 
Wattle, M. A., Mr. F. il. C. Wood, B. i 
A„ Mr. G. V. Fall is, B. A., Mr, W; R. 
Robeson, B. A., Miss Lyle Whelen. 
— Boys' <:entrHl Schooi.— Mr. W. — N. 
Wlnsby (principal), Mr, Jeffree Cun- 
ningham, Mr. Charles Bolton, Ml8»> A- 
F. Gardiner, Mr. D. J. Thomas, Miss 
Ifila Tuck, Mr. W. J. Wilby. Miss 1, 
M. F. Barron, Mr. J. W. H. King, Miss 
L. M. Sylvester, Miss Bessie Coates, 
MLss Margaret Gibson (receiving 
teacher.) 

Girls' Central Sohpol.— Miss M. Wil- 
liams (principal., Mi.«3 L. A. F. Par* 
ron, Miss S. Robinsoti, Miss A. Keast, 
Jkliss M. J. Blake. Miss M. G. Baker, 
Miss A. K. Andrew, Miss A. Paterson, 
Miss- F. Brown; Miss A. L. Johnston 
(receiving teache^)/ Miss Jean Dun- 
can. ■* -— V-- '^ >i''i " - ' . '.. 

North Ward ScliOol. — Mr. J. M. 
Campbell (principal.. Miss C. Dowler, 
Mr. Howard Miller, Miss S.-J. Murton, 
Mrs. L. B. Mackenzie, Mis* A. Tlngle/j'. 
Miss O. Chapman, \I:ls» J. S, Johnson, 
Miss, C, Andiraon (receiving teacher), 
Miss V. ^weet. ' , . ■ » 

South Park Schowfc— Mr. J. A: Pol^ 
lock (principal), Mr, A. A. Capipbell, 
Miss C. Long, Miss Adell Macieod, Mc 
D. Fraser, Miss M. Gladstone, Miss W. 
Baxter, Miss F. Whyte, Miss J. Rob- 
erts. -^.—: 

George Jay Schoo|.-^Mr. H.B. Mc- 
Lean (principal), Mr. John Spouse. 
Mrsf Menkus;* Miss Frances Messenger,. 
B. A,, Mrs. Coady-;Jolmsbn, Miss S. 
Hiscocks, Miss E, Dalby. 

Victoria West School.— Mr. J. F. 
Sallaway (principal), "Mr. Stephen 
Cheeseman, Miss Jealri Poison, Miss 
M; E. Montelth, Miss M. Staplels, Miss 
I Mclntosb (receivin g teacher). Miss 

L. JtosB^ ,, ,___ • 

: JUa^-iwi— - Str ee t - iScho o l .— Mr . — Ern as t 



Stock C*mpany Coming 
Mr. Clifford Denham has secured 
Mr. Huron L. Blyden, supported by a 
very strong company of artists for a 
stock engagement of four weeks, oom- 
mencing next Thursday, August ^5th. 
This company will undoufbtediy prove, 
from tlie newspaper criticisms from 
Portland and Seattle papers, one of tite 
banner attractions of the season. 

For an Introduction this company 
will play foi; their opening bill, the 
ever popular comedy, "Father and the 
Boys," George Ade'a most au(.'ce8»ful 
play. In this play, Mr. Blyden is at hi.« 
bent as a chariujter cohiedlan of ripe 
and subtle methods, his Lemuel More- 
wood Is one uf the n.iost extiuisltely, 
natural Impersonations he has given 
the stage for many years, with the 
touch of the artiste. He bullda up the I 
character, showing first, the broker I 
doting on Ills boyls, 'who are all the I 
world to him, but regretful thai they 
exliiblt no disposition to take life | 
mul-e aer.lously, then he "cuts loose," j 
aiul the art of the I'omedlan is reveal- j 
ed in the drolleries Itiat are ..leligliL- 
ful and laughter con>iJellln«. 

His assunii/tlon of sporling jirocllvi- 
lies, his determination to have the | 
llr'.si good time he has had in hla "'ISi.J 
lii.s kind heartedness are ail doplcled' 
with a touch that does not fail of its 
mis.slon at any point, and in the few 
moments of pathos Ihai the part con- 
tains, Mr. Blyden arrests -laughter in 
a jiffy, and makes his aentlment seem 
real. 

in "Father and Jiis Boys." Mr. Bly- 
den appears as a ntan of business, the 
man who has grown old in the h.-irness, 
wlio lias fallen itito a roiiiine and has 
dropped' behind theprtK-eitriion, He Is 
aibreasl of the limes, even a little 
ahead of them In his busines.s," but. in 
all eise, clings to his old habits, old 
ideas and old styles. His two sons, as 
a conscfjuence, have grown away from 
him. He is av.are of the fact and re- 
grefs It, but no remedy suggests It^. 
self, until, happily, he delerinlnes to' 
o\erl,-ike the lioys and march shoulder 
to shoulder with them. From this mo- 
ment his rejuvenation Is complete and 
Is as reniarkal)le, as it is thorough. Hla 
conservatism is *fiun7? aside and not 
only does he overtake tne procession, 
but is soon leaving them. Mr. Blyden 
has surrounded himself with a strong 
company and magniU'ceiit scenery for 
eivch production that his company ap- 
p^ears in during their .stay In our city. 
A splendid repertoire is assured. 



ECONOMY IN 



must be considered by the average 
housewife. f\30ll8h ones economize 
by buying cheap foods and a l)Oor 
»ii)ve. Wise ones choose a good, 
economica;l cooker and baker like 
the 

CANADA RANGE 



A fuel-saver that leaves a money 

margin for the best foodstuffs. .See 

this .S|)lendld range here toda.\'. 

Prices *65 to ?40. 



COOKING 




DRAKE HARDWARE CO. 



5o8 Yates Street 



Cor. Government Street 



AGREAT RECEPTION 

That's what the {'uhHc -.uf u, SIK W ILl'Rll-), and 

arc still giving to 

COPAS & YOUNG 



THE ANTI-COMBINE .GROCERS 



Pantages Fight Pictures 
Tonight v.-ill be the last of the nma-_ 
teur performances for some time as 
next week the Fitzsimmons-Lnng fight 
pictures ■\viir be fhe" exti-aordmary at"- 
tractlon at the Pantagea. The battle at 
Sidney, Australia, between Fit-/.slmmons 
the former world's chaniplon and Lang, 
the coming world's champion — for he 
will whip Johnson, if they ever meet— 
lasted twelve rounds of fierce fighting 
and the pictures are said to be perfect 
in every detail, depicting every blow 
in aiich a lifelike manner that the on- 
looker easily Imagines himaelf at the 
ringside. The great popularity '>of Bob 
Fit28li:nmonl3 in this city where) he has 
appeared in vaudeville, should alone 
cause his admirers to avail themselves 
of the opportunity of -«««i»fr him In 
his last great fight in ;the ring. 



"The Firmthat leads" THE OJP^D 



^—r-^^-V: 



them. AVhat WE Promise WE DQy \ '' 



FINEST GRANULATED SUGAR, 
2olb. sack 



• . •* « • ».»« 



_Now Grand Theatre 
Thai, splendid singing and harp- 



act: 



OUT Of THEIR LINE 



'Members of Street Committee) ' 'Scan 
1 Bill for Damage to Fehriinine 

I Attire. 



Campbell (principal),, Miss E. An 
jiraws. Miss \V. Grelg. Milss L. Black 
well (receiving teacher.) 

Kingston Street School. — Miss E. G. 
LawBon (principal). Miss E. M. Jesse, 
Miss A. Gould, Miss A. ijendry, Miss 
A. Evans. 

Spring Ridge Schopl,-»Mia8 A. Rus- 
sell (principal). Miss May Clarlte, Miss 
M. Lucas (receiving teacher.) 

Rock Bay dchool. — Miss V. Hardle 
(principal.. Miss A. Anderson (receiv- 
ing teacher.) 

' Chinese School.— Mrs, M. Y. 
Wheeler (principal.) 

PANDORaTvENUE PApK: 

City Engineer Outlines Plan by Which 
Gore Could Be Greatly Improved 



of Manuel Romalne. Sadye Palmer and 
Roxy La Rocco, being staged at the 
Grand theatre this week, which has 
been filled all week despite the 'many 
other attractions In the city, demon- 
strates the popularity of good singing 
acts In Victoria. It will be withdrawn 
tonight however to make way for the 
big billing to fpllow next week. Mr. 
Jamlesori's other offerings for aimuse- 
ment seekers this week are all super- 
latively classed, and consist of a cou- 
ple of bnerry maidens in the Misses 
Brockman and Cross; a realistic and 
extremely attractive equilibrist Ic act 
by the Zerell Bros.; a JugglinrNturn 
by M'lle Olive and her male assistanb, 
and a bright singing offering by Max- 
well and Dud ley, who deserve all the 
enures TKatTiave Tjteh accwaed them. 
'■ ♦- 

wlth^ealing falsely with him. 

Cotton mills closing down at Ens- 
chede, in Holland, have thrown 8;000 
idle. 



THE MAILS 



I 



I While the civic fathers do not con- 

j sidcr., themselves any mean Judge.s of 
the value of feminine apparel they 

,:bad:r:.A»rr^ffiCl»>>.rtupit.y---at-'.liisL--.uight-'s, 
meeting of the. streets committee to 

I scan a bill submi£tod f(jr damage 
done to the apparpl of Mrs. Bennett, 

,who claimed $21.76. loss occasioned by 
a careless' workman employed- on con- 
tract work at the corner of Fort and 
Douglas Streets. 

On the Uth, last, Mrs. Bennett^ In 
her commimicatiori," statj^d that us 
she was walking along the street at 
that point one of the workmen turned 
a hone,, upon • hei* and drenched her 
clothing. The aw'ful result. Is J!»een 
in the following bill which the r.e- 
ciplent of the douch aubroit tad xo t lie 



PRAISE FOR POLICE 



\A'orl< ot Peace Guardians at Recep- 
tion to Prime iVlinisti^ir Pleased 
Provincial Executive. 



Cheap rpading for campers and 
others: We are cl<'arlng a, lot of out 
75c copyrlKht novels at *t'5c each, 
fivfi for "?T;Oti. Vlrtriria Book & Sia- 
Uonery Co,, Limttea. * 



li ! >'• -s .iing, provincial secretary, 
!i 1 I 1 r_PoUcfi. Langley 

ji-ioiirKin^; lirrti un lii-lialf of >Ta»> W- 
McBrlde and the tiiembers • ' '!;• i i 
Inclftl executi' - " • i Imirablc 

manner in whi > : > n ■ ml inem- 
bers of the force controlled the crowds 
at the reception at the leglsL^tlvo 
bulldlng.s on Wednesday evening. 

'T can assure you," writes Hon. Dr. 
Voiirig.'Tliat your" sorvlct^' Tn thirf foii- 
neptlon are very hcartll.y .-liPiu'eciated 
by us. The unfailing courtesy anr) care 
with whleh ' your men handled the 
rather (liftknilt situation -«vas most 
con-niiendable. You are ■Tortimati!._ In 
hfl\-lng ."iuch an efllclftnt b63y- of men 
under your care." „ 



committee: 

CI eft n ing cpBt, "etc 

Laundering dress . 

Shoes 

Pongee i;oat ..... 



. J 2.80 
.75 

i7ii 



Total 

Mrs. Bennet.8tfl,tod thai •the k; 
suede shoes are completely rtilned 
and the water has changed the shade 
of my pongee coat so thr.t It does n >t 
iniit'-h tlie -lirf'KS, maktnfr It a failure 



( '!, as a suit 

(■,, . i luit is what 

I bought it for. ' 

"That's a pretty stiff fit:., fur 
shoes, isn't It;" queried Alderman' 
Ross, who didn't know anything about 
"them"" S'Tvpdrr-'tht'nirs,"- ■\^'■hj1-t» - tht^ (^tjr 
solicitor, averse to exprenslng an ex- 
pert oidnlon as to the fairness of iho 
figures, stated, opininncd that nis the 
damage was caused by nr\ emplo.ve 
of the contractor doing work for tlie 
I'ltv thai iiulivldu.il should ."?e(tlc the 
blii. 



The city engineer has submitted a 
pl;.n to- the street committee provid- 
ing for the beautlficatloh of the Pun^ 
dora avenue goit from Vancouver 
street to Chambers street. Tl>e_ plan 
calls for roadways on each side of the 
large space witli grass plots, walks, 
Bhriibbery, -ettii, withtrr^thc^Sreg To 15(2 
improved. , The parklipig "area from 
Vancouver. Btfeet to Cook street is 570 
feet In lengtlu„and 80 feet in width. 
Through the centre,_elLlhls plot, length.;, 
wise, would be a- Walk ten feet In 
width with shade trees on each side 
and along the outer edge of the area. 
Flower Iwda-bct ween the walk and the 
outer edge - would be made, and the 
aiea enclosed with a cpnt'rote curb. 
That i)ffrt of the gore between Cook 
Ktreet and Chambers stre«|t |a )iO feet 
at, Chahibers street. .'-' 

Around this space would be a five 
foot' walk and ten .foot sidewalks 
cupvlng through the area having shade 
tr«eB -on each side with flower beds, 
lii.'j.s .Mid shrubbery. At the upper 
;il, .111 Chambers street the idea" is 
I fbunialn \Vnere there l.s con- 
rock, and the water will find 
It.'i way down tlie Incline towardsiOook 
; Htreet over the rocks folio wing tho 
centr. ' • ■ park midway to between 
I Conk tiamlii'rs* slree'; to iv pond 

1 !:' leet -in dhn-neter, Tho work 

-. iJ .1 between $4,000 and $5,000. 
Last year a' plan of proposed Im- 
provements to this property was made 
by the then sui>erlnlendent of ixirU.s,,. 
Mr. D. D. Knglnnd, hut nothing was 
done. The great space in this part of 
■^''!l*l2''l!i '^^?'-""- 'equlroB^ Homethlnf? to 
"Trviyrfo've' tit and" TTiiy" pfe.sence of' n yvirk 
fomethlng along the lines suggested 
by the' city engineer would greatly 
improvp that lficalit.\-. 

The r-'compioTulation of the engin- 
eer, will b.<? conpldorcd l)v -tin-: finance 
.j commit tee Ql |Jic city council. 



Vancouver and Eastern Canada 
Close dally at 1.45 p. m. and 11 p. m. 
Due 'dally 2.46 p. m. and 7 p. m. 

TTnited Kingdom 
-Close Tu esday, Thursday and Fri- 
day, 11 p. m.; parcel post Friday^ ( 
p. m. 

JDue Monday and Tuesday 1 p. m.; 
Wednesday 7 p. m. 

China and Japan ; 
Close July 15. 16, 25. 27. Aug. i. 
Due Jtily 14, 16. 19, 21. 28, Au'g. I. 
, Auatralia and New Zealand 

Close July 13, 15, 25. 
Due July 26, 27, 29. 

Honolulu 
. Close July- 15,' 16, 22, Aiig. 5. 
Due'JuIy 19. 27, .29. Aug. 1. 
France via Halifax 
Close July 16, 23. 30. 
.<> DaWson, Atlin, .White Horse, Eto. 
Close on Saturday at 1.46 p. m. 
Due, uncertain. 

Stewart 

Close WedncBday at H p. ntr 4ue on 

-Moo<lay.,,:-^-.-^.^'. ......■;,,... ^, .. .- .,, - - .,.,.,.. ; ^j:^^ 

Prfnoe Rupert, Port Simpson, Port 



CALGA R^' T^SLNG SUN13READ FLOUR, 

Per sack ...:.... i ..,..,."...-. • ,.$1.75 

NICE LOCAL APPLES, per box ..$1.25 

PURNELL'S ENGISH MALT VINEGAR, 

Quart bottle ^^^ 

DADDY'S F^ArVORlTE-SAU€E, 2 bottles for. .25^ 

TRAVERS' WORCESTER SAUCE, 

3 half-pint bottles for . ._, . . .'.,,. . . , -#. .25^ 

TKDEPENDENT^GREAI^ER¥--BU:CTER. the 

most popular butter of the day, 3 lbs. for. . .,,$1.00 
SUPERFINE TO I LET-SO AP.JjLcakes for,. . . .25^ 

CLEANED CURRANTS, 3-lbs. for ....... . . . .25^ 

LYLE'S ENGLISH GOLDEN SYRUP. 2-lb.-tm, 

20C, 4=Ib; tin 35c, 14-lb. tin . i $1.00 

ALBERTA DAIRY BUTTER, per lb. ...... . .25^, 

We give you a square d6al on everything you pur- 
chase from us. No specials or bait. -^^ 



c. 



COPAS & YOUNG 

ANTIrCOMBINE- GROCERS , 
Corner Fort and Broad Streets 
Phones 94 and 95 Quick Delivery Phones 94 and 95 



Ask Any Man Who Owns a 

McLaughlin Buick 



Auto, and you will firrd his answer will be that it is the 
besircar on the market for all-round purposes. 

There are thousands^ of > satisfied purchasers 
throughoiittte worrawho are unanimous, in their 
opinion. ^ ' 

McLaughlin Buick skies are more than d.ouble that 
of their itearest competitor. This is proof positive of 
their superiority, ' , 



Western Motor and Supply Co., Ltd. 



R. P. CLARK. Mgr. 



Phone 695. 



'Broad Street. 



Eesingtpa,. Etc 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day, 1.45 p. m. , 

Due Monday, iWednesday and Fri- 

•day. f ■ .. 

C1«yequot and Way Porta . 

'T?roaer 'llU,. ttfc; • ISt h,"— gOtlr- o f-'^'eh 

month. 
Due. *th, 12th, 18th and 28th of each ' 

month. / 

Seattle and Eastern United ^States 
Close, 4.30 p. m. dally; due 7 a. ni, 

dally, except Sunday and 1 p. m. daily. 

Quateino, Kyuquot and Beyond Clayo- 
quot' ji 

Close 7th and 20th of each month;; , 

Due 12th anit-iWth of each month. 

Quatjiino via Port Hardy 

Close July 20, 26. 
Due July 19. 2^. 

Comox, Cumberland, Etc. 
Close Tuesday, Thursday and Satur- 
day 8.30,>. m. ■ . 

Due Tuesday 12.10 and Wednesday. 
Friday and Sunds^y, 7 p. m. 

. Sidney and y. & S. Points—-^"^ 
Close dally except S\inday, 7 a. m. 
Due daily except Sunday 7 p. m. 

Alborni 
rioRe I8t. 7th. 15th. . 2bth ot each 
month (t>y steamer) and by rail Mor. 
day. Wednesday. Friday, 3.30 p m. 
Nanaimo and E. & N. Pointa 
Close dally, except Sunday 8.30 a. 
m.; 3.30 p m. 

Due dally, excci>t Sunday, 12,10 p. 



tlerhard^ 
Hejnlzman 

Piaoo; 



Always give satisfactio.n 
Thcy'are'beautiful in de- 
sign, tone and , finish. 

Wc would be pleaBcd 
to show , vou some of th e 
new styles!' 





Fletcher Bros, 

Music Dealers 

COVRRNMENT STREE'l 



telephone 
Service 

RESTORED 

/ ■ , ■ 

to Vancouver 
and AH Main- 
land Points 



i .S. S. Iroqu.iis \^ withdrawn from 
I .Seattle route, until further notice. • 



New supply of funeral numbers of 
the Sphere, Illustrated London News 
and Graphic, Just received by- the Vlc'- 
torla Book and ^•1nr1oncry Co. Ltd. 
These are ail - ' ' |. rim. in England 
now. 



The oil properties of the Arnalgainat- 
el nrvcloprncnt company are situated 
on tidewater, hence, there ••• ' - no 
delay Irt the prof1tf( while ■ "l \^ 

built to take out the : - i-^ • 



typing 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Saturday, August 20, 1910. 



I\ 



■JBHWI" 



One of the Demands of a Modern Housewife 

-^^r ^. i% an 

Electric Flat Iron 




SAVES TIME / 

IS CLEAN 

CONVENIENT 

DURABLE 

AND ECONOMICAL 



SIic has a ric;!u to demaiul it and you v\(iulil please hvv \' 

cram it 



HINTON ELECTRIC CO.. Ld. 



¥= 




In Woman's Realm 



/ 



HERE AND THERE 



Are thii> neot 



University School 



^ VICTORIA. B. C. 

FOR BOYS FOR BOYS 




Xmas Term Commences Sept. 



, At 9 :3o a.m. 

Fifteen Acres of Playing Fields 

in Spacious New Brick Building. 
Accommodation for I20 Borders. 
Chemical Laboratory: Organized Cadet Corps: Musketry In- 
struction; l^ootball and Cricket: Gymnasium 
and Indoor Rifle Range. 
RECENT SUCCESSES AT McGILL AND R.M.C 
_ ■ WARDEN: 

Rev. W. W. Bolton, M.A., Cambridge. 

PRINCIPALS: • 

R, V. Harvey, M.A., Caiiib., J. C. Barnacle, Esq., Lond. Un!/^ 

assisted by a resident staff of University Men. 

For Prospectus Apply the Bursar. 



people of this generation 
w isis In lakinR so iniii'h pains to 
ti'-ach ehlklren how In play? It inH.v 
be here.sy to say so U.ut nolVlthslantl- 
ins; fili that in wiittiMi nnd snid nlnmt 
(he aclvK.ntagpa of klruiiTKurtens (ind 
supervlspd plajground.t it, seem.'! as 
if there were a great dung;er i>f edu-/ 
eating out ofnhe children much thai/ 
will be of preat valiif lo them in 
after life. 

yiiung- aiilmal.s nf other Iclnds are 
free sport at will in the fields. Pup- 
pies -ajul kitteris thiniKli liomesticalod, 
are not interfered Willi often by their 
inother.s. It l.s to be doubted If our 
aheep and cows and horse.s would be 
as perfectly developed if it were not 
for the unrestrained gambols of the 
lambs ami foals and i-alves. The plaS' 
iiiMtlnct i.s stroriK in the human ,ui- 
imal. 

Not a word can be said aRainsi the 
ncresaity for pla>gro\indH In a grreat 
' ti Neither in the houses nor yards 
'^ lii'ii' room for the childre:i to 
pla.v. When many of them are 
lirouKht to"geiher dl.selplin© -mu.st be 
exercised. 'Betrter the.x' should i<\ay 
according"" to rule than not at all. 
Still better is It thai they .shall 



BRUNOT HALL 

SPOKANE 

A Boardlnir <md Say School for Olrla. 

A church school whose aim Is tho 
■\"ery" "Best in instrucyj.r-?. and equipment- 
Cheerful, hoi.iellke, bulldlng.s; whole- 
some climate; g-ymnaMium, musir hall; 
private theatricals.. Special features ar« 
the art studio. Klvlng: Instruction in 
different art branches and the music de- 
partment with its staff of forelRn 
trainerl Instructors. C<-rtificate admita 
to Smith, Wellesley and otlier eastern 
colleges. For furtiier Information, ad- 
drcBS, 
I JUMA i'. B.-,I1.KY. Principal, 

I Spokane. Washington. 

TORONTO 
CONSERVATORY 
OF MUSIC 

ESWAKB TXBMHn, MT7S. DOO. 
I UXTBICAZ. DXHXCTOK. 



RE-OPENS 

Aftf>r thf .-^uniniP'- Holidays . 
Tboradky, September 1st. 
Send for IBO-page Year Book. 



CONSEllVATOaT SCXOOI. OF 

£XPsiissioir 

f. H. KIRKI'ATItlCK, Fh. D., Principal. 

Public Reading" Ora.tory, Physical and 

Voc«4 Culture, Dramatic Art and Litera> 

tur&- '„■ ' ■ , , "... . ' ■ .. ' -.;. 

Spcolal Oal«nd«r.' 



•mm? 



St. G 



BtcrCanab 



TORONTO 



FOUNDED 1829 




School 



CANADA'S OLDEST RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL 

Autumn Ter™ tiffin'' ''n '''"'■sd.Ty. Scptctn- Coarsa* (or Unirenity. Royal M turj' 

bfr 1 Uh. Ccillrt*. 'tr 

EzaniJDatisns for EntTancf Scholar'^lups. Senior and Prcpsiratory Sctiools in srynrmte 

Saturday, S<"ptcnibcr 17th. buiWingi. Every motlrm r<iu'.t»ncn'. 

H. W. AUDEN, ftLA. (CambridfSe). Principal jsio 



Rockland Avenue. Victoria. B. C. 
i BESIDEITTIAI. AHD DAY BCXOOI. 
1 FOR OIRZ.S. 

Drawing. French and German classes 
- Tiri«r"^v»Tt— ttnjtrtsltle^- pnptts -+f — destTetf. 
Moderate 'f^"es. Staff of English ladles*. 
Xman term begins .'September 1; board- 
ers return A.ugust 31. " ; 

Ill'uftf rsfd proxpeef 'i<i on appHcntion. 

PRIWCIPAL, MRS. SX7TTIE. 



Havergal Ladies' College 

TORONTO 

Principal, MISS KNOX 

RE-OPENS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13th 

Tlinrouf^h education on; modern lines. Preparation for lionor 
matriculation and other examinations. Separate Jutiipr School, 
Domestic science departmcttt, "gymnasium, out-door games, 

kaiiiir; rink and .swimming bath. 

For 'illustrated calendar and prospectus apply to the 

Bursar. 

' R. MILLICHAMP, 

Hon. Secretary-Treasurer. 



Trinity 
College 
School 

Port Rope, Ont. 



RfsidcH«ial 
School lor Boys 

TT^aUhy sitaalion. 
Vi reproof Build- 
irMt.'i. 

■ fcxtcnsiTe Play- 
pround^, lar^e 
frymno-sium, Stat- 
ing Rinks, etc. 
Boys prepared for the rnirenrities, 
Royal Military roIle.ge, and Busineea. 
.Special attention ftiven to' younger boys. 
N'eit t/;rm be{on.«i Sept. 14. N«w boys 
mtist report on Sept. l.**. 

/•tn- ( almiiar and aH it> fnri»atton 
13 fpply '" t^f Hmdmatter 

Re*. 0SWAI.B IKBV. M. A. (C»nilM-t4«c). ULB. 

PO«T HOep. ONT. _ ._._ 



ASHBURY COLLEGE 



!:■ " '!•:■ 'i.i vv]-. \-.\ UK. ( i-|-'iA\v,'i 



Resident 

khool 

for 

Boys 




^:3t>*:^^>' 



Resident 
School 
for 
Boys 



\ . .: .WW fin ;■ 1' !'■ '',-.,'■' ■■ 1 jful and 

very iu.-;iith.v .situation ou lii«h j; nuind (jutslde i-it.\. Ten acres of play- 
ins fields. I^argc up-to-date g.v mhaslum. ' Junior department for llt- 

SPF:' 1^;. I'';! ,!■ HtATl' ' V I ' ■!! 7 \1. I •. ' 
In 1910 entrance examinatic n for R. M. C. the sclibol obtained first 
pince on the list. All candidates sent in passed. 

• ii \\\.\ M ii i; ."^rptf-niber ir.tli. HMO. i-'or Calendar apply to 
REV. GEO. P. WOOLLCOMBE, M. A. (Oxonl TTeudma.-l' r 



JA.MES BAY ACADEMY 

A Private Hlg-h School 

I Aoademio Department — -l''ul! matrlcu- 

! latlon In two yrnrs. .'<tu(lents preparpd 

l'<)i- P.. I'. I/. S. an>i other fxnnilnationH. 

Splendid matriculation •nocaaaea thia 

summer. 

Commercial Department — A fully 
'MiM tr>|)"<l modern Bualneaa Colleg'* In 
ili;ii Ke of nil <'xp<Ti'n< o,l Commercial 
..SpeolaUat, ,H Opid Medalist In . UreK^p 
shorthfuui Text book* furnished free to 
itudenti of thin department. 

Day and Evening: Clnaaei. 
.:\'liiro<i.'< ell |i,.|o i 1 !.■■ -, t.. 
The Principal, Jamea Bay Academy, 

I 'II. n.i. M^ •\\\^7K SI. 



breathe sweet, fresh air than that 
of erowdetl ulle.vs. City lite for chil- 
dren, at least, is unnatural. 

U may be readily granted that there 
are suiiervlsortf _jj.,'.hu can tlirecl and 
control without "interfering with the 
little une'a indivlcluality and power 
"f Inltlrttive. ,But these are the ex- 
ceptions. The mother who- la. ao J'or- 
tunate a.s to have a lawn where she 
t..';i lea)^e her little folks to liiicl lln-i 
own ai'misement.s and who, a.s she 
gncs about hfi- work, c.in watch them 
iiccajsiijuMilj-, Is fortunate. She nlay 
lead a niure strenuous life than tier 
neighbor who sends her children to 
be careii for by others, but the 
chances are that her ho>s and girls 
w'i| glow up more robust :.ioraily as 
w .■11 ai^ physically tba:i ih'oso .wh" 
have never known what freedom was. 
l..ife brings lo us all restraints 
enuiigli as the > ears go on but we 
will not be able to adapt ouiKelves to 
the.se the better that we have never 
learned self-gr)\'ernment. The rough 
iirul tumble .sports of the little clilbl 
are a gocnl preparation for the or- 
ilered galo.s of the bo.v or girl. I.x,'t 
us In \'ictoria keep as long as we 
can our spacious lawns ami gsirdeivs. 
Beaches might be ko|)t i leaner and 
more Huitahlo even than they are 
now a.« placeK wliere children can 
frtflic on sumiiier vacations or on 
holida\-s throughout the >eur. More 
uKe might be made of our )>arks as 
meeting places for parties of cTiTl-" 
ilren. All these are assets to our city. 
the value o7 which only the city-bred 
mother can form a tilting estimate. 
But lest the day may come when the 
playgrounds both within and around 
our city which are free to the chil- 
dren and where they may now play 
without let or hindrance, shall be In 
course of time, taken up by men who 
consider mTtiey of more import. irrrrr 
than tho chlldren'is vvelfare, let u» 
preserve for the use of future gener- 
ations, places where under the wisest 
supervision their elders can procure, 
they may obtain the fresh air and 
the exerci.se necessary for their health' 
We mav- learn from Montreal, Tor- 
onto, Winnipeg and Vanco.uver that 
this day maj- come sooner than many 
of us anticipate. In the meantime 
we may very safely, colJectlvely as 
well as individually, leave their lit- 
tlo children very much to themselves. 
It is a wise Vvoman who has learned 
to reifrain from saving "don't" too of- 
ten. ^ 



'Sxi there many, even of the .noth- 
er« of the glrla themselves, who quite 
appreciate the value of the training 
In domestic science— the children — re-- 
ceive In our public schools?" A few 
days ago a little girl of twelve 'pre- 
pared an excellent dinner for a fam- 
ily of ten. From the potatoes to the 
dessert, every dish was made ready, 
and cooked by her own hands, wiih- 
• ujt direction or euperslslon. T*lie 
child has only been taking lessons In 
cooking for a year and has not had 
much dportunity of practicing the 
art at home. Tl)e same little -woman 
can make or, mend most plain gar- 
ments. Her, Knowledge of needlework 
and, plain 'sew-lng have not been ac- 
(juired at the expense of other studies' 
In which she. Is as' proficient- as could 
be expected, considering 'tile time, she 
-J>as been In scjiool. . 

It Is Impossible to believe that this 
Innovation will not be of great bene- 
fit to the girls of Victoria. The 



child w^ho spent Ht l fl ii ' -iiours of the 

scl;iool day at her books had little 
time and,, perhaps, less inclination to 
learn- ,to practice — .housekeepinjg .. «t 
home. When her music lessons were 
over, she needed what spare tlmf> 
she had for outdoor exercise. If she 
were unusually docile and obliging 
She helped her mother .on holidays, 
but too often the busy woman would 
Tnther — do^ thtirgff h'erself than tftke 
the trouble to leach the awkward 
little fingers to assist her. Now the 
lessons are ja part of the school wofrk 
and ,8o far aa any one, can see, the 
child Is the gainer while no time has 
ber I lost. ' ; 

If mothers only knew how greatly, 
their sjmpa^hy and occupation, a»»' 
well as their occassional help would 
contribute, towards -t4H>--»iK;ce8s of the 
jimTi!5StIc science pupJIs, these would 
not ^c- g i ven so spaflngTy as is some- 
times the case. 

Has not the titne c<\me w-he^n the 
Domestic Science training shoiJlrt be 
Intriditced Into the high schools? If 
little girls do not learn their ' other 
lessons less rapldl.v because they work 
at sewing and cooking, why should 
the stiidles of pupils of the high 
sphool be r^etarded" fecause the.v trj'. 
to understand the principles that gov- 
ern them or to perfect themselves In 
the mechanical /)peratlon8 needed fot" 
more advanced 'work? : 

The same thing is true of manuM 
training- for~l-hi*-b'>y.s, but, as there is 
a prospect that technical schools 
may be e3talillshe<l in— the citle? before 
very long, there is lo need to dwell 
upon this. 

There Is also this dlffererlce. How- 
ever desirable manual skill may be 
for a man, Domestic Science Is an 
Indispensable part of every woma;n'a 
education. Not onl y the comfoht of 
the Individual home but the weil-bo- 
Ing of. a- nation dependent on tho 
training of its women In domestic 
economy. "The wife Is now a.s'"ghe aJ- 
,wjr>-s has bcenrtlTJ'*' loHf-Tftverr-'-T^f^ 
supplying of the family, with whole- 
some food and ■ In niost cases wlthl 
suitable clothing I.'* her province.' 
Women are the spenders of the na- 




Corrig College 

Beacon 9111 Perk Victoria, B. C. 
Helect Hlgh-Orade > Day ami 
Hoarding College for Boys of R 
to Ifi years. 'Iti-flnements of 
well-appointi'd gent lenien's home 
III lovely Beacon Hill Park. Num- 
iH-r liniltecl. Outdoor sports. Pre- 
pared for Business Life of Pro- 
f 1 sRlonal or University cXain > , 
tlon.'s^ Pees Inclcfilve and .siri.i 
ly, moderate. A few vacancies at 
(lufumn term, September Lit. 
Prlnclpel. J. W, OKtTXCH, M.A. 



Queen's Academy 

9715 Kock Bay Avenae. 



ONTARIO (Trafalgar Castle) 
f i rvir'OJ WHITBY. ONT. 
LAUiC.0 CANADA. 

COLLEGE °'^"'"'" '""'"' 

PERl-ECT SURROUNDINGS 

roLL tocMM i* 

LUmrature Elocution 

Mutic Fine Artm : 

Houtehold Science, etc. 

Splendifl or^anliaiion. Rale«>noderale. 

»MTK Tnf, raiNCifAi. roR tSAl'SHDilS- ^"'~ 

KKV. J. 3. HARE, Ph.». 

Wliithv, Onl, 



mNwrauirtH vkar 

Wykeh.im Hall, 



r- I- 



1- i r 1 ; . > r .-ill 



The Heart of a Piano is the 
Action. Insist on 

OTTO^HIGEI-' 

Piano Action 



UNIVERSITY SCHOOL FOR 
GIRLS 

Cllve-Wnlley HoiiRe, Oak rtny. Vic 
torin, r; (',, high-grade day and board- 
ing ."ichool for young ladles of all 
age.s. AW subjects taught. Pros- 
pectus on application. 

Principal— Mrs. Sttdham, C«rt. Eng- 



j Re-Cpens Thursday, 
I September \ 

, Tliornii«h. prfiriival InstfucTlon given 
I in nil Knglli^li snliject«<, a.s well as In 
I the higiier lirHiirlie.i of study. 
I l'"'nr further InformHlioti («il on or 

nrlrlress ■. D. POPB, t»I». D.. 

r Phone 1300. Prlnclpjl. 



^a. i i A Rfsldenlial and 
j!y rlf onl Day ScHooI For Girls. 

Full Matriculation Course as v/f!ll a.^; 
elemrntary in'ork, Domestic Arts, Mu.'sic 
and Painting. Centrally situated, yet with 
^^rf;e fround.^. — tawns for Tenni.'; and 
othr,r g-ame.^. Skaiinp Rink and food 
Cymna.s!um. For Calendar apply to 7 

"School re-opens September 13th, 1910 
«t 10 a. m., 



tlon. It is very Important that they 
shall learn to do this wisely. This 
the Germans have long ago found juI, 
or rather ha\e never lost sight of. 
It la otherwise with women of the 
Ang:lo yoxon race. If a reform briiigs 
with it the ability to perform I-.oum- 
hokl tasks well, so much" the bclt< r. 

Aloijt ■vN'onien |n doubt as to the acl- 
vtsabi'lity of taking' cold Uiitli.s. We 
occasionally make a rietirrinined cf- 
fiiri to reform mir habrtfr-lTr tliis mat- 
ter and feel x-nstiy pleas'-d \vith our- 
selves when we have carried out 
what we consider oui-' vfrtiioiis reso- 
lution. The Moiitreal Weekly Star, 
which has come to he considered an 
authority on many sulrjects connected 
with the home, has the following ar- 
ticle on "Facts About Cold .Baths." 
It is worthy the consideration of Tltoso 
who are in doubt upon the subjf,-i:l. 
K.speclally should tho.si- who' spciiil 
their summers Ijy the seaside 1 1-.\ lo 
find out whether or not the shock of 
tlie cold bath is beiu'l'lcial or not, 
whether to themselves or t!i<ir c-hil- 
drcn: 

I'olil li.iilis ill till- iii-irninn ;m i- iin- 
doubtcdl.v bcueflcl.il, but oiil;. to ll)u«e 
persons who htive sufficient vitality 
and nervous force to i>nsue good' re- 
action. Many per.sons who are gieut- 
ly refresliod by th.elr,„niorning bath 
feel tired (jr languid two or ihrco 
hours afterwards. When this occtrrs 
they should leave the cold bath se- 
\'erel>- alone. Persona livho have an 
abundance of blood and flesh, who are 
l\inphatic or sluggish in temiierameni 
and_ whose nervous force' Is not de- 
pleted, can -take u cold bath to^ advan- 
tage. Those who are Ificllned to be 
thin, whose hands and feet become 
cold and clammy on slight provoca- 
tion, who digest food slowly, and as- 
similate It slowly with difficulty, who 
-are nervous and have much on their 
mind, should avoid early morning- 
cold bathing. For such a warm bath 
before , retiring at night is recom- 
mended. 



M. W. Waitt & Co., Ltd. 

INVITE COMPARISON 



TODAY 



lielwi (.u ilu'ir regular Piano ])rices,.an(l those 
, ., ' cl-fcwhcrc 

J';.\CI':i'TI( ).\.\1. \ .XIA'K 

.\II ni'idels can, he li'.ii^ht by dfi't^rrc^il iia\mcnts 

1004 ( o iVfrnniciU St i"ct.-i .. 



t Secure Saunders* Jk 
Saturday "Snap^J 



Taylor's Quick Cleans- 
er, Today Only, Five 
Tins for 



The SaundTcrs Grocery Co., Ltd. 



Phone 28 



The Bargain Getlire 561 Johnson Street 



The fool who does not know a gun 
is loaded is not half as dangerous a 
person as the woman living with a 
family of little children who la, cai-p- 
less about medicines or poisons. \:, 
exchange sayir: 

"Thefe Is no excuse for the person 
who leaves medicine- bottles when; 
children can reach them or who hsa 
the carbolic acid or the ammonia on 
the washing stand;— A- ^XfW simple 
rul"s in this regard can be made and 
kept by every one: Let there be an 
Inaccessible ' shelf tor medlcltfte bot- 
tles wherever there are children. 
-Xever ' pour out antl^rlnk from any 
bottles until. the .(llrections have been 
read. Always ktep dangerous fluids 
such as strong ammonia. carbolic 
acid, insect poisons and the like. In 
corrugated l)ottles." 

If these slmple-ruleswere observed 
by all, not' only valuable lives but 
much self-reproach would be avoided. 

In Victoria as elsewhere, husbands 
die and leave their families unpro- 
vided for. Sometimes this Is . the 
husband's fault. Oftenoi: It' Is, his 
misfortune. Very oft6n the widow Is 
resourceful and capable and con- 
trives In some way or other-to make 
both - ends meet. Xow and again 
friend? atfiT relatives come to her aid. 
But .far too often our generosity, It 
Is believed to be the only solution of 
the difficulty to put the children in 
an ortjhanage or place them In homes 
of I childless women m order that the 
mother may be enabled-lo earn a llv- 
irig for herseff arid some ot her wi^ 
tie ones. In Kngland where tht.-* plan 
has gone on for generations, a clmngo 
la taklng^ place. Jn Chicago. .lane 
Addams advises that widows shall be 
placed In a position to support their 
orphaned children. Irt a late n umber 
-of the i5nrv'?y ^hVlells a sloryTwhlclF 
places In a very strong fight the 
folly and false economy of :this plan. 
She says: 

•*A \^'ldow with three little children 
lived ih a furnished room on the top 
iloor <jf a cheUp lodging house in Chi- 
cago. Every morning after she had 
put out the fire for fear of accident, 
and- told-4J*e-ehl+flpen Jo get into bed 
If they were cold, she locked the; door 
and went to her ,8.crubbinjt. of. a Jarg* 
downtown theatre;— for whlcji_she re- 
ceived $16 ji months Bejiause her fel- 
low jodfrers complained that the, chil- 
dren cried all day the landlady said 
that the mother must move. She trlnl 
In vain to find another room equally 
cheap, and at last,, quite erased by 
worry and anxiety, made up her mind 
that she must dispose of her children. 
Had the overworked woman taken 
lier own life, the. state wouUl have 
cared for her children either by the 
most approved method of boarding 
them out, or in Instltutiohs for de- 
pendent children. W<nlld It. therefore, 
seem too-uivF^asoRabl*' to board— them 
with their own. mother, requiring a 
standard of niitrltlon and ."chool at- 
tendance?" ~ 

It would be \ (M-\ .much easier to 
carry out the plan recomme^ed In 
Victoria than In a great cit.Vi 

The Que^n Mother will very soon 
lea ve^ Bucking ham palace, with much 
oT the pomp and circumstance of 
royalty. An English papipr has the 
following reference "to the approach- 
"tig .change: 

-•"^"ThT---^iWW".''^TMi;gW°"'T?tjIT?TnflTam^ 
Palace yesterday H,fternoon, accom- 
linnled by Sir" C'li'arles Frederick, 
.Master of the Household, ^jid made 
an In.'^pectlon of various apartments 
as a preliminary to their Majesties 
taking up residence in the Palace In 
the autumn. The Prince of Wales 
and Prince Albert also vlalted-43uek» 
Ingham Palace (yesterday afternoon 
and saw Queen Alexandra." 

Such changes mu.tt always be paln- 
f II], but H. is not^i^-rdito believe thai 
the gentle Alexandra will be glad t<i 
be left free to follow her favorite pur- 
stiits. She has more Int^re^ts in 11 /"e 
than mos.r women of hifer j^^ge po9.«(ess. 
As a widow, her H,fe will not be free 
from the sorrows thAt must afflict .vll 
I women, high or low. who have lost 
the loving -eompai'uton Of a lifetime, 
but *8he possesses liot only the affec- 
t tlon of a host of relatives but of the 
I nation. Women througifiout the em- 
' piro will always hea,r with love and 
Interest all that ri-late^, to the wel- 
fare and hapjSlness of. iter. ■who»' Vfls 
their beloved queen. , ,. . . 



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Tho Return of T,i-Wa.Wa, In-: ,.!i 

■ !i;iTii.i lO'iii rt A MessagA of the Sen. 
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M^ns Fine Fall 
Suits Priced at 



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nirn on the > judges' boat, which will 
follow closely In the wako of the 
eonipftlng craft. 

It wan expected that there wotilil 
have been i bout tilght or nine star'- 
era In th,l3 race, which Is the longe^'t 
ever held on L'hJa const, but a number 
of owners found it linpoyHn)l(' to get 
awtiy at the last minute. Several of 
the local power boats will go uj^ the 
roast a Bhort rilBtance ami conv(/y the 
rarlnt? yachts into the bay. 

NAlNliiE 
LOGICAt WINNERS 

French Canadian ' lacrosse 
Twelve Should Capture the 
Eastern Pennant — Situa- 
tion Outlined Briefly 




REVISION 
BOKING WEIGHIS 



Majority of Sporting Writers 
Favor Introduction of New 
Scale to Govern Pugilistic 
Encounters :_..„^;_-.^; 



. Tom S. Andrews, sporting editor of 
the EveninK Wisconsin of Mllwaulcee, 
has been arranging some Intteresltng 
, statistics tending towards a revision of 
the weight scale. There have been so 
many conflicts as between the British 
and American spal^ that Andrews 
thought the time was ripe at Reno- to 
take a vote of the critics as to whether 
they favored I lie American, the Brltl.sh 
or H ii.w -,m;.' arbitrarily arranged and 
knuusi ur- 11.' Nvorld scale. . . 

Andrews, luifuriunately did not get 
i'hout his work until Just before the 
light, and most of the men were so 
thoroughly occupied that they had not 
time to give the subjeoit the -cons^idera- 
tlon that it dcseryod. ' ' v; ■": 

Ttiere was no greit unanimity of opln- 

, ion. One spo"rtlng crltjc favored, the 

Urltish weight and the balance were-di- 



vlded ibetw^n the .\merlc'an and the 
world scale. In practically every case 
the critics were opposed to ringside 
weighing, and there was a strong vole 
to throw out the so-called paper weight 
of no to 112 pounds, and to have the 
lowest clasM fixed at 115 or 118 pounds. 

In order that the public may under- 
Rtand the situation the three sets of 
weights are set forth: 

American 

Bantamwelgln ... .j... 

'Featherwrlght. . ,,v5.«'.. 
Lightweight . ...\./" 

Weltprwoiglit ...... 

Middleweight ...... 

I^lght heavyweight . 
Heavyweight (over) 



I ♦,•„■-• *■■•-*■» •'• * 






116 
116 
133 
1-12 
.158 
175 
175 



World 



Bantam .,,> .....'.>-•. ••..!,..•• .hi.. <>•, {^ 
Keather ■».'» y* . * • *• ^'jj_. . «•,.»« i,,'^ *> * • « 



Light 
Welter 
Middle 
Light heavy 



•V %Kf!i*'*T • • ■ • 



188 

135 
145 

158 
175 



Heavy (above) ...; '. 175 

Britiitlr 
Fly (8 stone) . . ..^>.', . . . i . . .|» 



112 

lis 

126 
135 
147 
IfiO' 
175 
175 

A resume shows that 16 of the writers 
favored the American scale. 21 thought 
well ot the new- scale, and one -roted for 
the British set. Of th« entire list of 

.signers, B»t«lB«-T*el 

on§ to favor ringside weighing 



Ba|itam (8 stone '4 16ii«) . .,.v>.l . . . 
Feather (9 stone) ................ 

Light (9 8 tan e- 9 lb«.) .y »«»(»,•«,*»«'. 
Welter (10 stone 7 lba.)..,^,l,.,<V»'» 
Middle (11 stone 6 lbs.) ....,'.•...<. 

Light heavy (12 stotie 7 lbs.) 

Heavy (above) ,. '. 



THREE STARTERS 




Despite Initial Discourage- 
ment Trio'-tf IVIotor Boats 
Get Away from Ketchikan on 
Run to Vancouver 



'Dhe imexiM-' ti-<i happened- ^in llu' Xa- 
tlonal Liicrosse Union last week. 
Montreals' def ea.t, by the Tecumsehs in 
Toronto i)romiaes to make the going 
more dimcult for the former cup 
challengers and gives the Nationals a 
better- chance to lahd the 'bunting ami 
Lou Solman's world's championship (?) 
cup. Tho Indians made this situation 
possible, held the key in their hands, 
and practically broke the present 
champions, their defeat of Montreal 
makluK two losses for the-^Iontrealers 
to date, while the NatlonSls have only 
gone under once. • ' ; .■ 

Montreal went back after tholr long 
and fruitless trip to New Westminster 
and laid away the championship as- 
pirations of the TbrontOK, whose am- 
^iftlons have been so -often roused, only 
to be rOdely^ffhattered, The M. .\. A. 
team "came bock" for that one match, 
but last Saturday they capie out on the 
-short - ent^:^♦f<a^»-^*-fr-»e^M■^*~««ft4f^*t~Te - 
cum.sehs and this blow may knock 
thein out of a second championship. 
They have five ttxafches to play within 
the next month and to win them all 
inay be a more dlffltfult task perhaps 
than they imagine. Montreal has the 
f bllo-wing games , ytt to . play : 

Aug, 20. — At ■Nationals. 
Aug. 27. — At home with Tecumsehs. 
-■ .Sept. a.-.— At hffme-jjgith Nationata 




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VANCOUVER, Ang. 19.—^rivix;tf» 
received from Ketchikan by wireless 
by Messrs. George B. KllLson arid S. 
J.' Castleman, slate that there -w^ere 
three starters In the. Pacific Inter- 
national Power Boat Aossociatlonlj 
long distance race from Ketehlkan 
to Vancouver. TJie power boat liijiii, 
owned by Messrs. Marriott and Fel- 
lows and Captain Le Page, was the 
scratch boat, leaving the northern 
point at a., o'clock last night. -The 
names ot the bfher two starters wore 
.hot given in this message, ^:. 

The boats will finish in" Ei^gltsh 
bay. and It Is expected that, the first 
boat will arrive at the pier samatline 
after, 3 p. m. on Friday ae:fi, Mt. 
Frank M. Foulser, acting- .«iecreta,ry of 
thf ffSBOciat lf)!!. - officiated as starter 
at, Ketchikan, 'if^e >vlll probablj; r^- 



Sept. 10.— Ait ShamrtwJ<3. 

Sept. 17.— At lidme with Cornwall. 

If the champions -win thein all they 
win repeat for the championship— «but 
that is not Ukel.v. The Nationals are 
loRloal winners, with the lolloping pro- 
gramme to face; . 

Aug. 20,'— At horne with Montreal. 

Aug. 27;-^At Cornwall. - 

Sfpt. 3.— At Montreal. 

«ept, 5.-r-At home with Shamrocks. 

The Frenchmen liave merely to beat 
Montreal once to place them out of 
the running, proVMlng nobody else 
trlm.s the present- leaders. The other 
games, however, ahovlla be easy for the 
Habitants. Xe.'c't SfttUrday the chamr 
pinns plav the '>'PVt*ndhmen oi> the 
'grounds <>f thef ititfcx team.' This ga^nc 
should' jiis't. about 'settle the race. A 
victory for the ' iTenchmeh and wlrt,s 



In remaining games will land Nemsy 
Lalonde's team at the top and then it 
will be New Westminster and the 
Mlnto cup— maybe — for the French 
stick wielders. 



The Chicago Cubs may be beaten out 
In the National league race this season 
by rain and wet grounds. The team'was 
again forced tb remain Idle yesterday. 
whil e Fltt8i>ug won -one-7<ntd-N»w^ -^ork 



copped two. New York, by the way, 
showed a flaish of real form by hitting 
out two victories agaln.st the Cincin- 
nati fte,ds. Four home' runs were made 
In the game. 



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. ■ "Aug. 15, 1910. 
"Sporting Editor of the: Calgary Hei - 

aia." • • 

1 have juat picked up a Vancouver 
Prgylnce ujid see where Jimmy Hewett 
has handed me a khock. The article is 
not worthy of notice, but, fearing that 
Home may be foolish fenoiigh to bellevo 
what he says. 1 wduld like ta usf 
about an inch of yo\if space to come 
back. 

"The article says that I will nbt 
lni;t Marliu), and Infers that I will step 
into the ring here, and alknv my op-^ 
iMUiertt to make an excellent Bhowing 
I hut 1 nr.ay box him again some ^lace. 
I wo-.i'< likt^ to say, that if Marino Is 
.)ing into this bout belieylhg that I 
in not going to box my best, he la la- 
iring under a false impression, and 
.1.11 learn to his sorrow that I am In 
trnest. Marino needs to get ijown to 
t ftnd train as he never did before, for 
.Ithough I believe he will. give me a 
.;ooft fight, I am confident that he must 
!.(> at his best,' and a m*icH better man 
than when I met him before • to stand 
a sh')w." ' . 

Thu following clipping Is tajten from 
ilie article wtitch ajHieared in the 
i'rov'lr.ce. ■ 

•Attcll is not i>arUcii<lar whom he, 
iuuet.H In the >qaaVed circle here Just 
so long a^^ Me opponent -Is not a giant. 
Me wired' to tho sportinii_edltor from 
•a.gary this ,t,iorTilng , declaring his 
wllllngnesa to 't>attle here with any 
leather or lightweight during the 
month of September providing he gets 
the same terms as he Is receiving in 
■algary. He. did not say what thfe Cal- 
vary terms were, 'ao it must be a amall 
matter. ' . •■ 

"The champion is ao clever that he 

inds It hard work getting matches 

v. ;t!i !-yitirn:M,. rijatherwclghts, which 

' j, nh\ h-- IN ai'i'liT'ffie'^OLUliry VT'lgS'liVK 

iipi, lightw€is.ht3rzzdtt-3tJr:;'ifl[n£« :.. ti^ 
u-av Rod «tandcn, the local llghtwelgnt 
might get a chance to sliow how good 
iio is against the cleverest l^oxer In 
he world tdaay." 

"Lam not particular who I meet- at 
the const, for their best llghtwoiglit 
there is only a second-class feather- 
weight in my -e.stimEttloh. If Rod Stan- 
i den wantip to box me, he most class 
1 little Ijctter than ho did here, against 
baUder to stand any kind of a, show 
vvliatever. 1 can filgn articles to box 
.Vloran an.d several others whene\T!r I 
c-are to, an<;l in fact when I came to 
I'anadajCoffroth. wanted me to go to 
(JUUltornlananTr mf t; t M o ran l »^^ no-: 
,lec»al6n- ftgiht b,ut I had given my 
!.ronit.se to come to Calgary, apd I 
^-enerally keep, my >vor*: 

•As far as the terms are concerned 
which i arh getting , here, that is my. 
i)usine88, but owing to the fact that 
this is not to 'he a prize fight; I have 
acce^vted- a divide of the gate receipts 
;i8 my 'share win or lose, If I should 
i<o to thp coast, the tierms. perhaps, 
would be different. • ' 

•The sporting editor of iihe VtaXi- 
1 nee seems to have Very little else to 
,1') but sling put a bunch of rot which 
v/.uM .><tani('>' him as nn nmato.ur In 
•■.riiiiikr li'Mn- if he waH handling it for 

;.,, , •■ ' '' -l- ■■•■ l...v:,.,!; is 

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The New Yor.K WorW get* it about 
rlg4it"as follows: Let me ftay right now 
that I believe Ram Langford to be the 
be,9t and the luckiest sldes.tepplne 
fakir In the fight .game today: I have 
repeatedly drawn attention to the way 
that Utingtoni has been knocking out 
"lemons." He hasn't whipped a boxer 
of real .class. In years, but ^hrbugh the 
vigilant and perslstenl voUcye of '•dope 
tfjat"his pre.sB agent and •manSgWr--J"&4 
Woodman has been sending broadcast 19 
the ureeai one _la_ in7ten»l«?j^7a<id..io.. be- 
-U^vti th.ir the negro Js a great fighter. 
Ije )s*~in a way. He can .-ilnm around 
fellows like. Jimmy Barry, .John Hay 
rake, Mickey tli' 
mir.o. the prize i 
Vmc wheii he 'gil 



the 10. "■ ' 
ICaufni: 
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If Paokey McFarland meets Al.VVol- 
rast for the lightweight title the Chi- 
cagoan will have to "come Itt" at lo3 
r;ngBidtt.- Which signifies that, the 
|.alr won't meet unless Packey cutfl 
i oil a leg. 



and Silvio Telu- 
f Smoky Hollow 
«.-ttnRt something 



two sldeb from across the Atlantic- arc 
In Kngland-^-Hav^rford College, who 
'have • been here' many 'times before, ami 
tUe.i_Tsrpnlo ZIngarl. Haverford a.s 
usual, - affT playing— ar- «erlea^jttf _mfttcheHi 
against the public schools. They hftAre 
not: done particularly well so »far,, aT- 
thovrgh they were only Just beaten h:' 
Marlborough, who are- generally con- 
.sidere»I lo ho the ,<?tronge.st school teani 
-Of tlie year, and they beat Harrow, TH" 
Toronto ZlnRarl liavo a mimher of fix- 
tures aBaln.-^t BoUllfii' teaTn.«<. pnnd dnli 
fdiTe^. Btc; - TU'ey are .said to 1 ' 

tlc'iljifl'.' fln(> fif'ldfiic fMiy -^ 



like a ronl game fighter I.nngford l.sn't 



l\e_X4JJ 
1 plan I 



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Xo of fen 
cricket edit 
says: We li- 



I'he I^ondon Tlmi,-.'! 
: . ourse, no flrst-clii.-*.« 
toiirlng team In Knglnnd ttils yrar, but 
H season hardly p».sHe« now wiUiout 
some crlcketerM from countrlt-w othor 
ilian our own visUlns ua. At prttsenl 



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tw*'!!!'*' .I. la.r..-' ...irrvii-v <iii lint 'ii- 
field, It is llkley - that Albert 
• letire. Hl.s funny frlendi* wll! 
• with him In the loss of on. 
I...M.S a few ilay^ ago. Albert by; 
the gam'' rolMcinntly the lasi 



\ear or two, alwnyH being l;i'- 
out In the aprlnK.-and hlf 
.lust about decklfM him. 1: 
whether hfi will play aK-alnft 
CTiniseli?i- n,« l.ayden Is r^lntii 
poslli'.ii ' •• 



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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



SatMntay, August 20, 1910. 



Get Busy 



SECFRE SOME OF 
\, T1IE.FINK. IMG 
BOT'NClXlV 




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649 Yates St. 



LOCAL LEAGUE 





Clover.dale and North: Ward 
Stick Handjers, After Their 
Draws,"Will"PTay"'AgEfn for 
Ciaxton Cup 



,\.iri!i Wnnl aiul Cloverdale lacrosse 
leanus will iiitiol this afternoon. It will 
be culled iinnKulUilely ufler the ball 
gaine ut tlu^ Hoyal Athlelic park. These 
tfiinis are about the inosst evenly bal- 
anced of any two twelves which have 
ever appeai-ed on local Kroiinds. 'J'hus 
lar this season they have played three 
draws, the scores being ua follows: 
3-3, 4-4 and 5,-0. They are_ln the best 
of condition, both are conlidenl of vic- 
tory, and both expects to have a large 
crowd of rooters out to cheer thtrrn 
along. If the Wards win the Ciaxton 
cup will be theirs, but Cloverdale has 
a harder row to hoe. It being neces- 
wai-y-thal they should win several be- 
fore regaining ground lost. 
.Stanley Feelc will referee. 

j The Teams 

I The teams will talve the field as fol- 

I Uiw.'ii 



FORT GEORGE 

TRIBUNE 



OrUy newspaper published at 
1'ort Gebrge. the stratr-Rlc com- 
mercial and geo.e! 1!' 1.,'. center 
i>i' Brill.HhColumlM 1 

Fort George ■will, be one of the 
largest citle.s on the I^'orth Amer- 
iian continent, bGC4ua.9e... it Is the 
natural supply point for an inland 
,iii;.i I- iirimcnHely rich In ^grl- 
cult.u.ii land; tirnber and mines. 

F ort Ge orge la- ait the junction 
of one tho'usand miles of -navlga- 
l)Ie wi^terways, and on the line of 
Kiven raiiwaj's chartered "and 
liullding. One hundr«ed million 
dollars will be expendied In rail- 
way liullding alone In the Fort 
Ceprge iJlstrlct within the next 
live years. ■ ' . 

Send three dollars for one year's 
stibscrlptlon and get the . truth 
ai)OUt the fortnne^rnaking oppoc- 
mnities for business and invest? 
luent'ln the Latit Great Metropo- 
li.s of North -America. 



ADDRESS, "THE TBrBTJNE," 

Port Oeorg-e, B. C. 



.\-:i!i Ward. Position. 


Cloverdale. 


Goal 




Johnson ^o ■..•■.. 


... Clarke 


.._„._,.^.„-«i^.: ■■„. poipt 


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F. l^weeney ....... ... 


. . Lorlmer 


Cover 






. . Temple 


First Defence 




-Morris S- 


Redgraves 


-. Second Defence 




Noel - ... 


Flnlayson 


Third Defence, 




Hrvnjolfson L 


. Bed&ravo 


Centre 




McCartcr Leo Sweeney 


Ihird Home 




Pctticrew ,, 


. . . . Carss 


Second Homo 




aargison t » 


... Harris 


First Hora<|| ~ 


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Kroeger ••• .,.-;>.• 


l>empster 


Du,t8lde Home 




McDonald • 


. Hancock 


1: -^Idti Home 




McOreKir • 


... Young 


Itcserve: Hunxbc-r. 

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FAST BALL GAME 
AT PARK TODAY 



W^ttalet's Pets and El Sidelos 
of Seattle, jyieet This After- 
-noon-T-Surpiis Will Occupy 



Says Battling Nelson: .•■:... 

"Tobacco in any form is' bad. I have 
never smoked a cigarette or used tobac- 
' CO in any form, and even gag when to- 
bacct) smoke is blown in my face; 

"It have ne^-er used drugs, outside of 
doctors' prescriptions for a slight Cold 
wt-—«ojM*-.miivor-iorinaf-- Wines*. — I-nover 
use fancy pastry or overload my stom- 
ach With foods which only clog the di- 
gestive oi-gans. I get eight hours' sleep 
every day, and live' a rcgulaj' life, " 

"What 1.1 the' result? For fourteen 
years 1 have been, In the prize ring and 
have fought- more than 2T>0 men in all. 
Including exhibitions. My stamina is 
still imlnipaircd, and I expect to live to 
be too years old. 

"Eioxlng In Itself Is the frreatest ex- 
ercise for the .eye, muscle and brain ever 
Invented. But 1 am not holding a brief 
for boxing Simply because It is boxing. 

"I am pleading for the clean living 
which must be a part of every man's 
life if he wishes to even partly succeed 
as an athlete." 



Yes Sir, Comfort! 
—just like a Coal 

not only comfort and 
precise fit — but the 
newest of fabrics 
iod the most ad- 
vanced tailor- 
ing are built 
into SKSJ^ 
Coal Shirts. 




T h i- "^tjh^^ 

Col I ;', r and 

I he ^77'X^Sliirl make 

A stroin; team: never 

FreaETsh: just right. 



Make rs-Berlin j 



victoria's ball team will make Its ap- 
pearance 'a~gulh,7ancr a long, rest, this 
afternoon, when Its opponents will be 
the El Sidelos, of Seattle. Play will 
begin at 2:30 o'clock and, as usual, the 
beaming countenance of George Burnes 
win loom up over the shoulders of the 
slat artists. Briefly he is down for 
the umpiring. 

_. It„mfty.seem. to biC an old story to the 
fans, but honestly there Is reason to 
believe that the Wattalet pets will put 
up something handsome in the way of 
baseball. They did well against Sno- 
homish at"^Everett the other day, com- 
ing within an ace of winning in each 
match, and, according to report, only 
missing fire -through ill-luck. 

Since then they have been drilling 
conscientiously. They are said to be 
In fast shape and to possess a super- 
fluous stock of ginger, . a store which 
has been accumulating as a .result of 
the long period 6f inactivity which 
they have had to bean All this will 
be letj loose on the El Sidelos, a fast 

:amateur nine of Washington State, one 
with a string of victories to Its credit, 
and one, moreover, which will come 
here fully determined to take the 
.scalps of the ".bloomlh' Engllshers." 

Victoria's battery will consist of Sur- 
plls on the slab and Robertson behind 
the plate. The team will take the 
rieJd as follows: Pitcher, Surplls; 
eatcher, Robertson; 1st, base, Moulton; 
"iid base; White; 3rd base, Moore; 
short stop, McQuade;' left field, Watta- 
l<t; centre field. Brown; right field. 
Steenaon. 

ANQTflER TRIUMPH ■,.■.. 

' JFOR ESQUfMALT 

, Once . more tfie fisquimalt cricket 
eleven has scored a triumph over the 
C.arrison. One hundred and forty one 
runs, were compiled by the villagers as 
eompared to eighty four by the soldiers. 
The batting of R. H. Pooloy — and of 
Thomas for the winners, with sixty four 
and thirty nine respectively, to their 
erodil. WHS malrily responsible for Es- 
Mulmnlfs victory. Corporal ■ Stevens, 
''"' ■ ftobersoi: i''>mbr. Cross 

•■■II- '■ ■ ar battel . 1 - e Garrison. • 
upended are the detailed scores: 



OftnrlaoB O. O. 

Q.-M.-S. Macdonald by Woodley . . .,. 1 

Corpl. Hawtrey c Woodley b Pooloy. . 16 

Or. Doyle b Pooley 1 

Col. Sergt. Roberson b Woodley 12 

Corpl. Stevens b Pooley •■ 29 

Corpl. Wyndham b Pooley 10 

Bom. Gale b Pooley 

Bom. Cross b Baker 1^ 

Bon-i. Gooch c Woodley b Pooley .... 

Gr. Smith not out 1 

Q.-M.-S. Paterson b Pooley 

Totul . ,' S2 

Ssqulmalt O. O. 

A. B. Needham c I^oyle b Steven.s. . . . ' 

A. Ji. ThomuH b Cross . . . . ._^. .31V 

R H7 PoolTyTEwT b MacTSTtrnaT?! ......61 

W. Baker eartabStevenis ............ 

C. Ulneh rim out .'. ; d 

H. i^ragnoll c Hawtrey b Cross .• 

W. Chullon not out 11 

E. E. Itlley e Macclonald b Cross .... 1 

C. .lasper b. Cross -' 

J. Bail b Maciionald S 

J. U\)odley I, (.'ross 16 

Total : Ml 

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FOR REGAHA 



Yy^ew Cofnpetition Looked for 
Among Boats of, "A" and 

""""'■^B" Classes This Afternoon 
— Officers Appointed 



TODAY'S FIXTURES 





AT HIL GREENS 



Victoria CIuId Rinl<s Will Meet 
Representatives of Metho- 
dist Conference — Some 
Close Contests Expected 



What is e.xpectecl to prove an Inter- 
esting tournament has been arranged 
to talce place at the Beacon Hill bowl- 
ing grcen.s this afternoon, when rinks 
repre.-^enting Victoria will compete In a 
aeries of matehi!s with a number se- 
lected from among the delegates at- 
tending the Meihofli.st Conference, at 
present in session here. 

According to report the vl.Hiiuis are 
by no nieans novices at the .game. ' In 
fact It Is said that the rlnk.s whieh 
ha\e been chosen from among the 
delegates to the convention are experts, 
that they are among some of the best 
players of the east. Therefore the 
local rinks are looking for some close 
games. 

Victoria will be represeJited.by the 
f(illov\-Ing-. 

Rink A. A. Sherritt, R. 
Wood and R. W. Coifffnan. 

Rink.B. J. Dilworth, W. 
Hrown and J. A. Turner. 

Rink C. W. Walker, W. Oliphant, D. 
Stewart and -E. E. H.inl.ster. 

All the visiting rlnka have not been 
selected, but those known WT^, AS fol- 
lows: ' 

Rink A. E. Harley, A. W. Brlggs, J. 
R. L. Starr and Rev. J. A. Rankin, 
D.D., all of Toronto. 

Rink B. V. B. Holthy, St Thonfti8:l£L. 
P. Moore, Acton: Prof. J. B. Iteynolds, 
Guelph, and E. Sweet. Brantford. 



i>iinri, W. 

Bryce, T. 



THIS AFTERNOON'S 
~^- CRICKET MATCHES 



Two cricket matches are schedule* 
to be played this afternoon. Victoria 



will try "conclusions with the Garrlsoti 
eleven on the Work Point groiinds. It 
will start at 2 o'ckn-k. The other Is be- 
tween the Altilons and a team chosen 
from the crew of the cable ship Re- 
storer, now' In port. ' 





T 
HAVE ALL CREDIT 



If tlif will. I b'lijvv.s al ii rea.-^unable 
ral,f, not tuo lia-rd iiur yet .t<.>0 .-iDl-'lly, to- 
day, Ihe \'lctorln Yuelit club Hhould UKikc 
a pronounced .succesH of Ihi- flrsl of ilK 
I'ii-iil reKiitta.s |-(jr 1910. 

In tlie iwu i:laKSeH Into Which tin- Iuhii.- 
fleet liHS been dlvhled, tliere lire plenty 
of entries li> make fir-sl-cluHH racing. 
while the officials who liave been mJi- 
r)ointed liave the experience necesaary tu 
unublo tlit-rii Id bring off llie c"iit'--ts 
s:itisfuct«rll.v. 

Shortly after 2 o'clock tlio yuelits will 
leave their moorings, tlui.s giving tliem 
Iilenty of time to nn.swer the call of the 
starter. The "get ready" gun will be 
.bounded, ut: 3:10 o'clock, uu.l liv,; irUn:--. 
uiL's later the starting ' gun tor a elus.s 
will boom. At 3 :2(rThe craft entered in 
B class win be sent on tlieir way. The 
course they will have to follow will be_ 
from the judges' launch, off the outer 
whfirf. to a buoy outside of Macnulay 
point, thence to the Brotchle ledse bea- 
con, and from there along the Dallas 
road foreshore ba(jk to the line. 

Tlie entries arc as follows: 

Class A. — "Gwenol." Glbb and Plggott; 
"Allsa," Commodore Cuppage; "Truant," 
Adams; "Varuna," Barnes; "Dorothy," 
Langioy. . 

Class B,— "Oneida," W. A-. T-umer; 
"Clytie." Tempje Bros.; *'Sea Wren," 
MacCarter. -•■ — . 

In A class the first prize Is a- travel - 

liri^clock and the second a silver mount- 
ed flask. The awards for the B class 
are a cup and cigarette case. ;^., -..-.^^._ 

The officials follow: Judges.' W/Pfg-- 
ott. C. Scott Whiting and W. Chambers, 
timekeeper, Trewartha James; starter," 
Ben Temple. " . -'. ~-r — -. 

Mr. \\"hitlng'8 laiihch the Veruna will 
act as judges' boat.. 



Baseball: Victoria vs. E. 
C. ■ Hideloa, Seattle, at 2.30, 
o'elock at Royal Athletic Park. ' 

Yachting: Victoria club re- 
gatta at 3 o'clock over course 
from outer wjiarf to Maeaulay 
i'olnt, around Brotchle L.edge, 
thence to stitrllng point. 

'Lacrosse: North Ward vs. 
Cloverdale in local league match 
at 4 o'clock at Royal Athlolii; 
Park. 

Bowling: Rlnka represent- 
Vietoria Club vs. those of 
Methodist ' conference at 3 
o'l'lo.rk at M. -aeon liill Kiecns, 

Criekol; Albions vs. .ship 

Restorer, eleven at 2 -o'clock at 

■ Beacon' lilll. \'ic-toria vh. l;!ar- 

racks at._ '1 u'llMi-k at W.ork 

Point grounds. 

.s'wlnimlng: Vancouver inl- 
and swimming charn')lonshii».s 
at 2.30 o'clock at the Gor^e. 



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secure these Iwis ai this price ami certain it is, you 

.caniiMi scriiir ,111-. J i hcaj) as we offer tliese, and 
tlu- ^aiiu ill :.ii;i.(,' I'luiii ihc City Hall — 

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Death yesterday removed John 
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Welland canal for 14 years. 

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Phone 1494 



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The body- of John Bailey, the mlss- 
_lhg CornwalLjn%p.-Jft'.»a found-JmJie. 
St. Lawrence river. 



LEMON GONNASON CO., LTD. 

Phone 77 P. O. Box 365 

— We canTSttpplr'-Just "What you wint In lumber, lasn and doors, 
Bteamed ""slash, grain Tlr^and the latest in front doors. Howard'* 
flush doors they are beaiitlful. 



GOLQNiST WANT ADS BRING RESULT-S^^ 



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Vancouver Island Swimming 
Championships Will Take 
Place This Afternoon-rdVLany 



Trrfnes— Water Polo Matcii 




The Man at the Bat may 

be caught OUT on 

his third strike, 

but 

EDDY'S 

"SILENT" 

MATCHES 



NEVER FAIL 1m lisrlit the FIRST STRIKE. ■■.•\.« sure aa tho dawn of 

t<miorrow." 

■'-■iM. :■■': "f '■N-i-'iTli-nco hnvc brought KiIcIv'm Matchos to tliA 
ACME of PERFECTION.. The famous "Silent." 

Al-^o Kdilv'tt I'ltp.T WnorlPtn'.-urf, Pi bre'iyare. Palls. Tubs find Wnsh- 

Mitchell Bros., Selling Agents. Victoria and Vancouver 



No Hit Baseball Games Not 
Altogether Due. to Ability of 
Twirler— Other Players De- 
serve Praise . , 



CLTVELAND, Au^st 17.— "Always 
has tjiere been and always will there 
be too ""much fuss made ov^r no-hlf 
games." remarked Addle Joss. "I 
mean by this that .^renerally there Is 
too jpuCh credit given to the man In 
the .box and not enough to tho catcher 
and the men In the fleld— the men 
who made the no-hlt game possible. 
Strictly speaking, there Is, of course, 
no such thing as n no-hlt game. The 
only possible no-hlt game would be 
one In which the. pitcher struck out 27 
men. In which the catcher had all of 
the .27 put-outs, and In which not even 
a chance was offered any other ot tho 
nine players on the team. 

"I douDt if one ever heard a pitcher, 
boast of having been the hero of a no- 
hlt .game. He knows too well how he 
was hidped along to fame by the men 
behind him; knoys how large a meed 
of tho praise l.s due the catcher who 
coached him along. 

"Base hits— somfe b&so hits—and put- 
outs — some put-outs— are so nearly 
analogous that It Is folly to talk- of 
what a pltdher Intended when he offers 
up a certain ball to a certain batter, 



hands of- some Holder. If It doesn't 
happen to be th e pitc her's day, the bajj 
will be batted aTooFor two "ouT of the 
fielder's reach," and Instead of an easy' 
put-out, as It Is .set down In the rec- 
ords. .tllfi)efl.^4B a smashing doublie to 
centre. ■ ' ; ' 

"Of courso ,to flitch a no-hlt game a 
pitcher rriu.st be at his be.it. but I have 
worked harder -and fell (Ittcr, so-to 
.•<peak. In a g.Tme where a h.'ilf-dozen 
drives wpiif ^■■iW than ever ■! did In a 
no-hlt battl'-. 

"Thf avnrago fan docs not stop to 
roiiHidi-r the diMiills of a no-hlt gamo. 
lie .'<e*\s thi- ' ii'li'T )p till- l>'.< .<. .:,-, 

" 'Ha, h!i ' ■ li' -jIiimiI.u. ! !i. \- II' ■. -r 
tourhod hini.' 

"He o\-erlook8 such pnraK'-;ipli.« as 

" 'Hart.5iel...cani.c„l.n llki' a .-itrfi;!!! for n 
Hhoo-strlng cntch'of Graney's liner In 
thi' first,' or 

" 'iMurph\- li id to Rii Iriin 
bloarhor.s for l.,ord's Inni,' foul In 
nl.\th,' and bo on. 

"Far be It from a nu-nilior of 
craft lo belittle the work of the mi-n 
who have pitched ho-hit Ramos. Truth, 
howovor. doniHiidp that Iho faiLS should 
undi-r.stand thnt tho dlfforonrc botwoon 
II fTHtiio In which tho hnttons fall lo 
mako a safety nnd tho giimos In which 
thpy makf, siiy, three, four or fl\'o hItH, 
l.s vory .slight — oftoii It 1h ii dlfforiiico 
of a ynrd or two In tho direction which 
tho ball takOH whon, U loa\os tho bnt — 
Himiethlng, of course, wUh Avhlch the 
pitcher Or ba,lter had nothing to do." 



There will be an aquatic fete at tho 
Gorge this afternoon- when theV'knc'oii- 
ver Island swimming championships 
will take place under 'the auspices of 
the B. C. A.' Sj A., commencing at 2:;tii 
o'clock. From the opening competition, 
which will be the 100-yard dash, until 
tho conclusion it is expected that thi 
contests Will be full of vim and Inter- 
est.' Ono pf the -features will be tho 
polo match between tesj^nsrepresentlpK 
the Fifth Regiment and the V. M. C. A. 
These teams have been training for the' 
past several weeks and are said to bo 
In excellent shape. ,' 

Officials, of the affair have ahneunceil 
that It Is their Intention of bringing: 
on the different events in quick succes- 
sion. .No tedious delaiya will be per- 
mlttied so that spectators who are fon<l 
of na-t-ii^torlal sports niay look forward 
to seeing a prog};ftirime.'. Interesting. In 
ItMClf, which will be run through with 
out a stop to the tiuale In the form o< 
the season'sHBrat local water polo en 
counter. • 

Those who will have charge • follow 
Jiidges, Capt. McIntoBh, Beaumont 
BoggH and P. B. Darnell; 8_tarter, li 1 
Kears; announcer, J. I\ Sweeney; time), 
.1. Gawloy; clerk^ot cour.sc, A. J. Braco 
course officer, J. I8£i»^r; JudVfe of llfo- 
savlng, Beaumont Boggs and A. J. 
Brace. 

Medals will be awarjled the winners 
and among those who havo. contributeil 
prizes are the following: Challoper- 
Mttchell Co.,' Ltd., challonge cup for ro 
lay race; Baxter & Johnson, medni 
goods from G. H. Larrlgan. Drake 
Hardware, Hibben & t'l,). and F. Land' 
berg; money from Paclfio Whaling C" 
Thornton Fell. A: W. Elliott. K. B. Mc 
Mlcltlng, A- R. Cann,' U. , VV. Perry, .1 
C. Mcintosh. J. Cochiline. Montellu 
Piano Co., F. B. Pcmberton, and fl'. ,1 
Pollard. 

Xrt>9»l TttU. 

JA 'e«f»0«#ffl&tt ,1b under way amon>- 
tfie Y. M. C. A.-«wlnim*^r» for the toe h1 
champlohshlp. It Is being conducted by 
the local Y. M.. C. A. races being held 
froni tim'e to time on iho ddrge. Thus 
far the fjrst place strugKle has result'.! 
in a tie. Louis BeokwHh and ■ Charb 



"If It is the lucky pitcher's day, the 
ball will be battod .strMlghr'TTTfrTTfreT^*^**^'^'" ■''^''' ^^'"''^ "" * P*"*' Each hav 

nine points. There are three with elghi 
points to their credit, even for second 
position. namelyr-Tftay — : I Vf ti Cal hrm, J 
Cameron and E. Crom'p.ion. It Is ex- 
pected that the remalnJjig contest s wil l 
be exceedingly, Iatiw.cst.»nK^. . ■ .. ■•" 



ITotea. 

Mr. .St., Clair reminds the beys that 
'Tfie competitions for the Governor's 
medals and which were po.stponed will 
be hold Immediately before the Island 

cTlTmiplotlHhlps. 

."WoHHrH. Kiotcher Brothers have kind 
ly presented a military bugle which 
Hiinii h" i^nowh as the l-'letcher Brother.s 
'■ ii'l-"-' HukIc. to be given to the 
i^r\^■ ..] i; idlng most points during each 
s\i liinii i!,:; season. 



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Batterlcis: Engle 
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INVESTORS 



Aftef^'MONDAY; iKe 22nU inst., the 

price, of stock in the 

Amalgamated Development Co. 

Will be RAISED to the following" figures 



General Investors - - 
Investors holding Interna- 
tional or Northern Oil 
, Certificates of . Ex- 
change can purchase 
up to HALF the num- 
^^ ber of shares they hold 
.in these companies 
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$2.00 per share 



$1.00 per shafi 



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shortly be withdrawn from the market, we give the present 
stockholders this opportunity of increasing their -holdings at 

BED ROCCJJGUEES 



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Auld, Qwin & McClarty 



TELEPHONE 4327- 



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Canadian American Realty Co. 
1204 Douglas Street Local Agents 



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The FREE COUPON 

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Buys Your Family Dessert 

Take the Coupon below to your grocer Ind get a package^rour latest and 
greatest creation— Mooney's Sugar Wafers— Canada's finest delicacy— ^Z^J6)/^^^/r /r^^ 
We will pay your grocer the full retail price of this delicious dessert. 



So eonfident are we that you will be delighted with our 

latest confection — Mooney's Sugar Wafers — that we are 

willing to pay for the first package. When you taste them 

once, you'll buy them often. Never before has such a delicious 

dessert graced your table — never before hXs such an appetizing 

and toothsome delicacy been offered you.\NIooney's Sugar 

Wafers are the last word — the be ;t word in\he bakers' art 



\^ears of experiment— of unexcelled reputation— are back of 
this biscuit Yet they cost no more than commqn kiRdsT^ 
■ Mooney's Sugar Wafers are created by Canada'$\^aster 
bakers — of the finest and costliest materials — in an air^', SHiilit ^.j 
sanitaQ^ factory. ; 

Yoiir Meal is Incomplete Without 
w^ Moonejr's Sugar Waferi7^ 

It's interesting work— this Mooney Method of biscuit making. In making 

Mooney Sugar Wafers we use flour that is a special blend oi hard spring wheat 

for nourishment and soft winter wheat for flavor. The most rehable dairymen in 

Western Ontario supply us with the purest and sweetest butter and cream daily. 

We get their best, because we pay top prices. Wc could pay a third less for 

these ingredients, but we couldn't keep the Mooney high quahty standard 

intact. This Avould be poor economy — you know this.^^^:-^ r -■"-: ,' 

When you get your first package of Mooney's Sugar W^afers youll ob- 
serve how crispy and flaky the double layers are— how snappy and enticing 

the exquisite cream between the layers is. Each wafer ' is a delicious 

sweetmeat sandwich that fairly melts in your mouth. ■ . 



Mooney's Sugar Wafers are made in the largest and 
brightest bakery in Canada. Here we have over 200 
trained employees — 640 windows — 3 miles of floor space. 
The single special equipment for producing Mooney's Sugar 
Wafers cost us over $20,000. We even ship our product§_in, 
our own specially built private cars, so they are of even temper- 
ature in transit When you open the dainty, dust and damp- 
proof pacFagertKelB^^ appetizing— just 
as they come from the ovens. No other biscuit manufacturer 
in the countrygoes to this trouble and^expense — but it's part of 
the Mooney Method of biscuit making. When you taste 
Mooney's Sugar Wafers for the first time you will know how 
delicious they really are. The luscious cream centers are made 
in many flavors— irom real fruits. 



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Mooney's Sugar Wafers 

Today at luncheon or dinner, instead of serving the usual dessert, try 
Mooney's Sugar Wafers. Let their exquisite taste today, decide your desserts 
of the future. As an adjunct to the social hour; as a delightful accom- 
paniment' to- ices or.heyerag€S— |ig_;other dessert confection will p rove so 
charcning as Mooney's Sugar Wafers. ' « 

Jt is no longer necessary to spend much money and hours of time 
making desserts that ''might be good," when you can spend little money 
and Yio W\^ iot a dessert that's always grood— Mooney s Sugar Wafers. 



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MDnNETS 



The D^sext Your Guests Will Like 

Six years a^o we gave to the Dominion a better Soda Cracker-better flavored-better made. Today-Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas 
are the standard. Millions of good Canadians from coast to coast eat. them. -^foM have heard of biscuits-read of biscmts-eatcn 
biscuits-but until you try Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas you don't know biscuits. They are everything that the ideal 
biscuit should be. Mooney on a soda cracker means ^'^^ooj^w^jj. " ', -^ ' ^ 

Every year; since we started business in 1903, we have had to enlarge our factory to meet the increasing demand 
for Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas. A Uttl^ better flour—a little richer butter— a Httle finer bakery— a little 
.jTOore care in baking— all these are details of the Mooney Method of biscmt making. 
J^^i^mh tMs record of perfected bige^^ 

e^lcreation— Mooney's Sugar Wafers. The coupon.eriTitles yoii to a All 

' Ve ask is that you purchase a 25 cent package of Mooney's Perfection Cream Sodas 

from your grocer. ' This is to insure our new dessert reaching responsible people, 

like yourself, who are undoubtedly alr~eady acquainted withjhe high standard 

of quality maintained by us. The first package of Mooney's Sug.ar 

Wafers is "our treat" TRY THEM TODAY. 





THE MOONEY 

Biscuit & Candy CD.Ly. 



Free ■ Dessert . Coupo 



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The Dessert That 
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The Eating Tells 



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Sign this coupon and present it td your grocer together with thexeg-nlaf price 
of a Package of Mooney's Perfection_Cream Sodas. ., 

There- are.i three priced trackages of Perfection Cre^am Sodas, . retailing .at 
■■25; -Strand' 3§^ center ' '. ■ '" , ■.• • •. ^.:_J,-_:;.;"^'"''~7~~73ZZ*''"'~ 

With your purchase of any One of these Packa ges, you will receive,-«iEE, a 
package of Mooney's Sugar Wafers. )To tKe givdtt 



Ve vulJ rtidfin. ail coufiofs 
at their (ull retail vaiur. ■ 



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VICTORIA DAILY CX>LONIST 



Saturday, Aufliiat 20, 1910. 




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Langfbrd Street — j-room Cottaf^e' and v>iic lot, C-o x 130/ 

.l'ri(.:c,$2,5oo. I{asy terms gi\oii 
Victoria Gardens— ^One large lot,.niiniing fruhi tlu- road to 

the waitT. Size, is 55 x 212. - Pri ce $3,000, on any roa- 

suiiahlc ifrnis.' ' . , 

S.W. Corner, Stanley and Grant Streets — 7 room modern 

Dwelling and corner lot.slone fmindation. Price, $2,600 

$1, (too .-ash. Ijalanco 1 and 2 years. 
Albany Street — 5-room House, wilii larj^e recej)li..u iiall. 

With the h()n<e, a (luarteiF-acre of. ground, conimandin;;- 

nice view. I'riee, $3,200. ."f;900 cash, balance at 7 per 

cent. • ~^ 

Cedar Hill Road — 7 room l^>u^-e and imk- lot. PiiGii..$2,650 

,^f 150 cash, balance .S25 per nh)nth. 
One Lot. 50 x 123 — On :RobertS()n slieet, l-"onl I'.ay, cli.ise to 
'oar line and ,l)each. I'liee $600. Si(X) ca'^h, bahince $20 

monthly. , _^. ^.. 

2 Lots off Oak Bay Avenue — \\ ilmot Place, l.ots are hij.;!i 

and diy, and muIn' 150 yards t'li^ni < )ak I'av Axenne. $750 

each. Hall cash. • 



Cambridge Street — One lot, 62]/^ x 104, fenced with post 
and rails. $450 cash will handle this. Price, $1,050: 

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Montreal Street — One lot, between Ontario and Michigan. 
51) x I2(.). I 'rice. $1,200. 

Farm at Metchosin, B. C, of 80 acres, including a nine-room' 
(Iwelling. 50 acres of this is excellent soil, while balance 
is goo<l pasture. 18 acres' under cultivation. Only 15 
.minutes from school, church and P. O., aiui but fiA'c miles 
from ColwDod station. Price, on terms, $8,000. 

10 Acres at Gordon Head, with 4-room dwelling. This is 
.\ I fruit land, and only 6 miles from Victoria. Price, on 
terms .$4,200 

183 Acres at Sooke, to tie sold at $10 per acre. Terms to 
suit ])urcbaser. 

160 Acres at Fulford Harbor, 5 miles from Sidney, partly 
cnhivated, with a log liouse (^n property. Price, on 
terms $1,600 



C. LANPg^ INyESTME 
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If You A r e Looking for a 
Nice Home, Read This! 



POWDERLY AVENUE, io(, fret fi.)iiiai:c by 120 feet deep, and Cottage contain- 
ing parlor, dimng ro(rin, l^itijien, t \s o bv-d loi ini-, .l.)ath, pantr_\ , inilei, in fact, all mp4.ern 
con veil icnces. u • 

l.aiL;e garden ni thirty fruit trei • I'l iidl bearing, numerous shrubs, flowers, etc. 
Cement bidewalks. ' ■ ■ , - . ' 



Price $2,625 

— Qn^-very easy terms. Only a small cash payment to start with. 



P. R. BROWN, LIMITED 

Moneg to Loan. Fire Insurance Written. Stores and Cfflces to Rent. 

PHONE 1076. ' 1130 BROAD STREET. P. Q. Box 428 



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on eas_\- irriii>, will buy 

a fulP sized.-kitHcloseiiQ;, 

anl near a corner that 
was s<3l(Oast week. 

This property' is at 
present producing $40 
per month rent. 

Fort St. Corner, $15,000' 

This corner lot is of 
full sizcj 60^ 3C ii20' feet, 
and-Gan be purchased, on 
any reasmiable terms. 



The property is pro- 
ducing a rental of $55 
per month, and as' a 
busines.s site it is un- 
excelled. 



$5,000 House Snap 



;1i*fi,pr6perty is.situaled on one of the nlc«0¥' streets i it the city. 
Cement walks, curbs, boulevards, trees, sewers, g4s, light, phone, etc 

The hbuSe Itself Is especially well built, the foundation alone hav- 
ing- cost considerably over J^OO. The rooms are very large and especi- 
ally well laid out. front and hack stalreases, sliding- doors, dumb wait- 
'ers frotp basement to up.stairs; furnaces and everythinp mode-rn. Fine 
lawn and large lot M blonvk from cars, and within 15 minutes walk 
of city hall. Very. reasonable terms. 

Fairfield Estate Cottajie 



$3,200 



..This p erfect »nap (we; do not he sita te to use that te rm either), 1b 



""BltoJiteirTJW thQ mue circle. Ml block fron* car, one block /rom 'Beacon 
Hill park, and Is nbl more thana 12-mlnutes walk from the post offlce. 

The cottage itself is new, of 6 ' rooms, fine orchajd, burlapped and 

panelled walls, in Hall and dining room, built-in 8ideboard«, full 

sized basement, stairway built In so that two or more rooms can be 

added If desired. Smaller houses in this district are priced ifit $3,750. 

Thl« positive snAp.Cfial>e purchased oe ea;sy terms for $3,200 for a 
short time only. 






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Cowan Avenue, corner 

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This tot is ctttiy one 



block itpm Oak Day 

Avenue , car line. Size 
62 X 102 feet. This corr 
her is of perfectly flat, 
smooth rock over— nearly 
the whole of its surface, 
but it^ would require 
very little soil to work, it 
into a beautiitil .hopie 
site. ■:!._, . - .,■'.; - , '■ 

Can be'^ purchased on 
any reasonable terms for 
$500. 
^owichan, lot . . . . $250 

This Tot in 'almowf of full 
size and is c&v6i^d^ With 
8nr\all trees. AbsoUutely.' no 
rock and only twp blocks 
from Oak Bay Avenue . 

This Is a good Investment 
for "the buyer of small pro- 
perties,- V«ry aiay terms at 
.1250. 



PEiMBERTON «& SON, 




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FOR A FIVE-ROOME'D COTTA'GE NEAR PARLIA^IENT'; 
BUILDINGS, containing gas, clectrie light, bath, hot and cold 
water. Lot is 60 x, 120. For terms and particulars apply to 



GRANT & LINEHAM^ 

P.O. Box 307 633 YATES STREEi* Phone 664 



Head Offices 



f LINEHAM-SCOTT'SAND & GRAVEL CO. 
LINEHAM &.. CO, Jordan River, , 



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Howard, of Vancouver La- 
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Alleged Assault' on Spring, 

New Westminster 



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M. Hall. C. a. Hall. Miss O. B. Hall, 
Montreal; Miss M. E. Hall, Montreal 
Mrs, E. Broadbeck. Miss O. Buett, Los 
Ang ele s; Chas. "Acland, Lonffon. Eng. ; 
J. D. Held and wife, Mooseja-R-; L. W. 
Wl isoij and wife, — Tor onto'f " ii;~Mo I si n, 
Ladysmltli; Mrs. A. Holden an dchlld, 
Va ncouver : P. L.. RIciiardson, Montreal; 
.Mrs. M. J; Klchardson. Kingston; Mrs. 
E. V. CowcU, San Francisco; Mr. and 
Mrs. R. K. Burbank. Los AnRcles; J. J. 
Burns. Chicago; J. H. Caiby, East Koot- 
enay. 

At the Dominion — 

II. Smitli anfl son, Stewart. B. C.; 

Jolin DouBhty and wife. Burlington; 

Thomas McLean, Sidney; H; Slaughter, 

M. Loughray, Portland; Mrs. Pemmlng- 

tori. Miss E. L. Pemmington, Miss M. 

A. Perhmlngton, Dundas; Mr*. W. F. 

Walker, Steveaton; Miss Sawle, Wal- 

land. Opt.; R. M. Large, Bella Bella; J, 

MuciVaught, Sidney; .1. P. Larsen apd 

wlf».. oaeli. Hi.; H. .1. Stetson, Seattle; 

Mi-y. Iladray. Xew Westminster; J. M., 

Turnhull, Prince -Mhrrt. Sask.; H. Bfe- 

I tliourl Sidney: .1 ■ i ii^rt.'and wlffi, 

'Hlj;h rtivrr. .Alt., ■!; I L. Jonps, Miss 

.Vew York. Mr.s. J. Freer. 

Extension; il. .r. b'tevena. 

fJ^'-ai! •. Mil niiell.^Branl ford; Mrs. 

r'T'"' il.- I'aw;...n. UrL-hia; N. E. 

:iTi(Hiist 

■"'-'.'■ ' - , ! L i;. Hewitt 

.ind family, NortJS Vaklmaf li. T^t filltnies 

mil wife. Miincl'e, Ind. ' :. "jT' 

At the Brunswick — 

ud wife. Vancouver; a. 

I'Mio.!. iveatlng; .1. H. Wright. Ladnct; ' 
I. A. .Mi.Brlfle, Port Dover, Ont.; 1\ 
' lurk. E/ Clark, Shirley; M, B. McKln- 
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Forty Feet On Fort St., near 
Quadra. Price $8,400 

- . TERMS ■ 

THIS OFFER GOOD FOR TWO DAYS OKTvY. PRICE ON MONDAY WILL 
' BE ,*?9,000 

'- — .Fort Street property is advancing rapidly. See us Today 



B. C. REALTY GOAIPANY 

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wife, MIns G. I.amhie. Miss H. Knox; 
f.oir Angete'f); "a; .i. I'lKo. New Wcatmln- 
ster; Mr.«i. E. W. ilotighton. Miss .1. C. 
calline, Seattle; C< Duncan. Chas. K. 
Lundy.^ Vancouver; Rev. Dr. Gundy, St. 
" l"ruricl8.*T>nt.; Aft's. O. I'. Morgan. Hc- 
iftle; H. H. Scovell and wife. «an Frari-^ 
< l.soo; R. G. McLaughlin and wife, To- 
ronto; Frank Wilson, Penhold, Altn.; S. 
Umrier find wife, Jasf E. BInck. To- 
i,.t,i,,. .Miss M. E. T«yl'or,4n9!)n aftmm 
Tuni.', .Mrs. K. G. Bell. MlhBeapoilfj; E. 
I •. Alanri. Buffalo; K L. Chase, Jr., Htr 
(I I tie; w ..f. .rohnson,* Winnipeg; H. c. 
ImvldJion ,-nid -wife, Seattle; VVm. J. 
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GAMBLERS SURPRISED 

Unexpected Raid on Rooms at Ostend 

Causes Cons'.arnation — Many 

Are Caught 

OSTT!>ND, Aug.'l7.»-Th.'n. w.i.s ^rr.-.it 
excitement iTT-t^atend rccntly o.vci- a 
ni'ld made in the rooms of the "Ostend 
-Literiiry soelely" at the Kursria.l. 

The raid was nuidts l)y ttn!....aimBt, 
miiglstrates. supported by a strong 
force of detectives rind police hi plain 
clothes. They entered tlie club rooms 
at 10;, 30 o'clock, by ..a- side door, and 
forfii)iy prevented the purler from 
giving the alfirm. 

.'^■(me ,'".00 nieii aiiil Womeo were 
playiiiK l)ii(-cHi-at at the moment. They 



Included ' many distinguished German, 
' ii(1i, English and American vteltdra. 
wild scene followed. 

The police ■ seized, the stakes, 
a,raounting to about $70,000, the play- 
ers meanwhile vehemently protesting i 
Jigalnat tha_L±ntruslon and slioutlng,^ 
"Thieves!" Some of the men challeng- 
ed: the tnaglslrates for reinalning cov- 
ei-'-tl In the presence of ladleH. 

' '"■ l';nglialiman as.«ierted his "right 

' ' hi" !?>■.■. 11 ■! rn-v.-here he lll<ed!" 

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tigation. 

The UidieK present. -• !; . .■(•ni i.) h ^ 
been mostly Oerniii • rn parli 

larly Indignant, itinl iri. i.irnifin vii • - 
eonstVl was overwhelmed the ne.vt day 
vvltli romi)lalnts regnrrilrig the alleged 
H*HiHtn»^ne.«H nn<l Inc'lvlllly of the 
piilicf. Thi- local tradesmen and 
hotelkeepers are furious. Saying that 
such episodes will "ruin Ostend." Tho' 
raid WHS due to a peremptory order 
frnm tho Minister of Justice. 



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NOW TAPS CHINA 



Completion of Haiphong Road 
Places Yunnan Province in 
Communication Witli the 
Sea— iVIay be Extended ' 



■LiON-r^O-N. A -IK ;;).-yrM 'iJVen-h 
'■■riodlcals are giving promjn'" • • - 
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' ' ■ ^ llh succesM 

K.ii; 1 '.);, line Inl.i '-' 

of the richest and d 
Chinese provinces will 
pllshed fact. For nearl.\ 
lury tile connection Iry rail of these 
two provlnciJS with Hham nnd Ran- 
goon hn.=i been ;i fiivorlte llieine with 
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never m^aterlallzed. Lord Curjson, am- 
ong otW-Hw, having .strongly opposed 
the suggestion. The French railway 
has imvy hwh actually opened to trat- 
J flc, thiyllno from Laokai to Yutiifans- 
sen, i*/ distance of ^00 mllesr Jifjivlng 
l>een thrown opgji of^ the lat of April 
last. It la.less advantageously situ- 
ated than a railway' from Rhamo -to 
Tallfu would be, jn that Haiphong, 
the outlet on the sea. In the former 
case. Is much, fiir'ther from Europe 
than Rattgoon, but tht* l^Vench railway. 
which now !»■ flr^t in. the neid w^ill be 
a great succ«ss In Its fncllUles for the 
conveyance 0f miherals, a product of 
great Importance In Ytmnan. , 

The X^6kal-Yunncn-3en liectlon has. 
proved a very trying Job Ij It* ascent 
up the valley of the Nan ■,|r!, which Is' 
a steep and continuous gmtdlentfrorh 
170 feet to about ?,fiOO f^»t in height. 
In this ascent extpaordlna'r.v cliniatlc 
i-hanges are i)aased. and tho transi- 
lioii from tropicnr to* temperate /re- 
ry^citriousi pltie.« uml ii.-ilms 
close' .liixaposit i'Mi. Tin' 
I :' ills ;i 1 1 ' ( iin( Inni' ' " lii .1 uni- In 
',)(-In|icr. ,-inil the I himiiil .lir 

f,-u-.irs till- .— ■ ' ' 

|i.-ilhs liiiii 

jllIlKlc wll. ! ' 

bears, wild < ' 

and a great \,i; ,. ,,. ..; .l; >;., .i,, ;.. 
in profu.'<lon. The heat along this > 
tlon Is de«crlhed-Tr!r-Htttltng-,-"ittnd ;:, 
niortallt.y ntnung th<' coolies emt>loyed 
nn the line \\;is 500 ,q month. ll.-iil It 
11"! been foj- III. .L'-.-^isl H .I'^i- ivivrll , '. 



Fort Street Lot 

6o X I20, near corner of Quadra and Fort. I'rice for a few days 

$13,500 

Terms: Otic-thifd cash, balance i aivti 2 years equal pay- 
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Tesl jrott' wil^ t)o too late for the 

following fnoney makers, unless 

. you' hurry. These three buys 

are very cho.ap without car line. 

s. ,_3ut-Cliinlt»-»f tii»..»toig^«dvane*' 

: /^Mn the cars are RUnrilnK. ' 
r^WOi-^T-Saanlohton-r— fiO acres, one 
mile from .Saanlcliton hotel, 
main ro.ad runs -t-iieough. Prlea" 
'1 8300 per acre, one-third cash, ■'' 
balance "arranged. 

Wo. 8, Sidney — 5 and 10 nore 
blocks, all' ■ under 'cuUlvhti'in 
and on main road. Privjs $385 

.. per ace. 

iro. 3,L Sidney — s nrrer, pJl In cul- 
tivation, wlr<!.; •fencing, 2 min- 
utes from scKool, fipe for sub- 
dividing, , $300 per acre, on 
terms. - 

GARDNER REALTY CO. 

Pbone' 1987. 648 ITatea St. 



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y, TWO I-AnoiO r^OTS in 0«k Bay 
• niunlclpaUt.v. 100 .vards from 

.school and car line; commariding 
,-^.jj»,nte« -.vigo^s auuji^ — bw^jaelA ^.rH!it ■ 

once, owner needs eaahj Erlce ^^ 
..eiieh, terms .'..,. ..,,'V.. ..Tl|$50^. 






the Vioeroy of Yunnan It would have 
been Impossible to have bfought. the 
construction of the line through this 
unhealthy tract to ft auecessful con- 
cluBlon. , ,. - 

, :.:on. the..,-w^.h<>ie, thin n'ew Jine- jh ,s,-u.i 

to bo extraordin!tt'n,\- lip hjfll :mii1 ilnun 
dale, and' It. is anlli'Ipnie^ th-\i ispiiii 
difflcultle.s will be encniiti! 
proloni^ation of the ll:u- li 
in the descent In thi- \ " iija up- 

per Vang-tse rin.l I hi it. .to the 

l.-vi'I III' till' ' "' I i !i Hi iirder 111 

] 1-1 :u-li t he ill!. iTm- . ;irii\-iiii-(\ 

180 wild 

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\'\ 111. 1 > I i'-.i I .\ . -n 1 ilia \\ i\. IS in ja li 

irged With nrsnn by Mrs. P. Chani- 

I .iKue, of -<,.heisca. road. 

j Thirty people had a narrow escape 

•it otinwa Tuesday night when a f> T. 

I; tn i.ifht backed Into a street i ar 



:: Piunimer & Rideout t 

Keal Estate and. Tim'ber « 

1113 Broad St. Fhona 2393 ♦ 

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Street . " Price, .on terms. 

This is an excellent buy. 



: FleminflF Dowswcll 

♦ 63'4 View St. 'Phono 2307 



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le fiirnilng foiintvy, Kood local 
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Kslat« Agents, Conn \ ami i'muii- 
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VidTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Victor ia Arm 



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comparati\f!y ucw. no\\I\- -r:; 
Rooms include: X'c.vlibulc cjo.ik 
room. <lcn, (lmingro<-)m, kilclim, 
down Stan-'. Three bctlrc .n: 
room, toilet: and linen rf^i'in 



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btiilt for owner and heated with lu>t air, large >•] > ^: ...;iaic 
in d r a u- i n g r<30ttV-8tQn e .-. (o uad.aUL.iU.Uaxg-C- ba:. >. i ii 1 1 ii \\\''.\ 
stationary wash, tubs,' house well ventilated an 1 wi-:- 

class plumbE'g throughout. ^' 

OneJBlock from Car line 








Valuable Income Bearing Property 

, W'e have for salc'llic Protpcrty sit i|ia ted on 'the corner nf I'mii \ ,inr<nivcr 
and Mcars Streets, havin<^ a fi-<inla,!:;c of 6o .fe€t^:f>iij Fort street, and niirvm?: 
tliroiig-!i [n Mcar.s street. l)iiriiiLc tlic past two w-lvS ilIQre,_..iiroperi_\- on 
Fort street lias been suld than in any nihc'r part of| tfee 'city. . Fort street is 
at present, and always wilUbe, ilie main thoroughfare leading from -Hie be.'^t 
TesMentiidpaTt ot the~town. As-s-cron" as tlie-r^roposecinrfipruvenientsTrs-tor- 
widening and lighting are finished, the .street will ciuickly/ become -oae-of the 
main retail streets of Victoria. 



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SWINERTON & MUSGRAVE 

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1206 Government Street' ' Victoria 




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Five-roomed house and good barn (8 horses), also buggj' shed. , Lot SQ x 160. Price $3800. 

One-third cash. ~' • . , .. ' ' , 

A first payment of $500 will handle— ■ 

3 Lots 38 X 145, on Grant Street. Price $1650, or 

4 Lots 40 X 170, on Siielbourne.Street. Price $1200, 

Two Nice Lots On Whicli 
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A SNAP! 



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Modern 1 1-2 Storey House ^ , 

■/With full basement^ Princess Avenue, near City Park. For quick sale, only ^2,950. Terms. 



APPLY TO 



Fire Insurance a Specialty. COLES & ODDY . Fi re 'InsoTaTTC^-^ Specialty. 



P. O. Box 167 



ifEAL ESTATk INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL AGENTS 
1205 Broad Street, Next to Colonist Office 



Telephone '65 



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Lot 63 X 140, on" Chamberlain Street. Price $750. Terms. 
1 Lot 60 x-^i 40, on Cowan Street. Price $650. Terms. 







GREEN & Bl RDICK BROS. 

Phone i5i8 



REAL Ei?T7\TE 
Cor. Broughton and Langley Streets 



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We have Bonis good acrea ye tn 
small blocks, fiar <iale at -Col- • 
wood, on very <>a8y terms. 

j^eyeral iJlockB of land on and 
near the new Mill Bay road. 

Also several business proper- 
ties In the heari of Victoria. 



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1S7 acres of Hrood land.. 250 fruit 
trees bearing. Close tO steam- 
boat landing, Small house, barn 
and stables. An Ideal spot. 



R. B. PUNNETT 

Zstat* Aganta. Stoo'ka. Inxanno*. 

Telephon* 'iri9. P, O. Drawer 788. 
Boom 10, U«bo» Slock. Victoria. 

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. Imperial Bank t.'harahcrs. t i 

" 604 YatM StrMt ! I 



THIS IS A Sf 

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Bijys T-hr^e-LrOvely Lots with a Modern Dwelling ilou'^e. 
Garage, and Fin6 Ornamental Garden 

On Government Street 



Convenient to Dallas Road, Park and Cars, (mi 

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\ Heisternian Form an Co. 



1207 Government St. 



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434 acres, near Qlelyonuot. with 
. water front of excellent san'ly 
■ beach: price per acre 99 

Itot, Menzies St, near Slm- 

coew^ . . .... . ; .... .fXSOO 

J Large lot, - 8apeffor*"Wt;r"^0xl"4(>, 

netir governnient bldgs;. . .fSlOO 

Business lot, .j 60X120, E.squlnialt 

road, between Rock ' Biiy and 

Point. Ellis bridges, price. .$1600 



FIVE- ROOM MODERN HOUSE and good lot on South Turner street. I 
Five minutes walk from the post offlee. Pri^.e. ..... ..v^^r- ■■■^3,500 ♦ ♦ 

Now rents* iQr |26 per month, will %ccept lot as first payment o^ >■ ^ 



jjaihe, ¥ulftnc<r af J25 per month and Interest. 



E. WHITE I 

604 Broughton Stretst. I 



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FORT STREET 

BttxlJO Business cOrnor, . .*ia,ooo 
C0XI20 Rexenuu producing. 13,000 
60x120 Nenr Blanchaj-d St.. SO.OOO ♦ ♦ 
60x120 Nearer Blanchard. .. 81,000 t ♦ 
Esqulmalt. . 
A busl less cornf;r' lot In a flH«, 

loc^atlon. can't be beat $880 

^ ISasy terms on all these. 



LOT— McPHERSON AVENUE, close to street oar. .Price $1,000 

BUSINESS PROPERTY, corner Burdette and Douglas Streets, $36,660 
BUSINESS PROPERTY, Humboldt street, opp EAi-prrsa hotel. ..$22,500 
SIX-ROOM MODERN HOUSE ON DAVIE STREET, new and mod - 

, em. F'rli"*-, sf»»«ll cash payment bal. by the month. . . . .• .$3,150 

OAK BAY — ('Idfte to Oak. Bay Beach, the iawellest residential portion in j 
the tlty. Lots on'easy terms Within one block of the <5aT< Bay-car "] 
line iibd Oak Bay hotel. Prices front $750 to $1,000. Easy terms. J 

RICHARDSON STREjET— Beautiful level lots irt the Douglas estate, 
just boli.w ('lovernm^nt honse. The.sc lots are- unsurpassed as a 
specuifUion as the fashionable portion of thp city Is growing 
tovviirdfl tMfim we feel contldont tht>v will be worth »l,50n each In 
two yf'Hrs. Wlce $«60, on eas> t.inis .-;. wers" past th.' lets. 
HOlLyWOOD AODITION— Jt'ar runs past the dOor, level grassy dear- 
c^ lots within one block of the _Kpui Bay beach ;thesc are the cheap- 
est buys in the city at $550 eac4*r^— Terms, $50 cash and tlie balance 
at $15 jior month. ' 



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Street. li.is'''. ^^is'^^'y- i'"^ing 
cit}-. Terms 

Xii. ir>92 — Lot near 4\lillsi(le, 
south cxfjqsure, level, good 
soil ., . ... 

Xc). 97I — Fine Corner, near Hill- 
side, good siiil, k'vcli Terms.. 

No . 75,") — -V^'K^itly Pair, on cor- 
ner Montro.se .'nid i'li-ickwooil' 
faciiig the e\\\ 

No! ii'x;, — A r.iu; /oi Cirahame 

.Sirvcl, level, ^ni 
terms 

Xo. ic>>7 — .A' r)<M!liU' tA->rMcr "v, 

Grahamc. ' near' llil!>i<lc. and 

■ term-- .......■,.'.' 

No. ,ri,^4. — .\' Fine P.iir en a cor- 
ner ,"iu' hl'.'ck 'from HilL-^idc... 




$450 

$550 

$600 

$1,100 

$1,450 
$1,500 



THE GRIFFITH CO. 

RE-Vi/rV .\.M) TI.MhER 
Room- 11, Mahon Block. Insurance — Fire, Life and Accident 

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I Choice Property near 
Duncan for Sale 

, .ropiprisluK 27 Vi acres (1'3 cl pared unil about 1 ."> u'mSerdralned.) Ex- 
<^lient "-roomed house, with modern con\ etiiencf.s. Greenhouse, barns,' 
stables, cowhouses. Hay burn ( with ' currier, holds 35 tons.) O.rchard 
and small fruits. Good well and livinj? .spring, sufficient for all pur- 
'pO»i^\oti Irrigation. All l and well f-need, t hrice .$11,000 

A. W. JONFS, Limited • 

608 FORT STREET. 



McPhersoii & I ullertoe Bros. 

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PUoa* 1386. 



p. O. Box 459. 



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Victoria pity 

52, acres- of rich 
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hanfl:' We Citi recommend thisa.s a good buy at $1450, on 

terms. . "".,' "' '. 



WILLIAM MONTEITH 

Real Estate, Loans, lntur»ms» 
Chancery Chamber* 



1218 Langley Street 






i> .Vf-ie,v< .if A-i iHiiiJ uncleared.. 

60 X I2G, 1Ye^t-t^-t^t»rncr»_i._J iHU' '^"tli «'>a mi.I lak^ frontage 

T y • . . , -, ' . T 'I land tfvf-l (irid pfltdlv- clcftrcd, 

Fin< grHS.syl-.ot with 6ofiJrontagc; on the j^bove-avcnnc. just ;; ;; Close in, with j^'oihL rev- * } 

J>eiDwJiai£iiftl4«^ :: ;;'cnuc. This is the bf>i t t 

7 asphalt padwayrcehicnt sidewalks and street car^close ^t '.I ]^^y j^^ ^j-,^ block, Cor- 

:; ner is held at $15,000. 



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ji)2. JaiTies Bay, cT6se in — Very neat 4-roomed house, al! mod- 

cni.on a good lot. fur $2250, and reasonable t(rrms to snit. 

.j)- Well:! mcd* cottage .dose to Scavicw, nc-w and in 

n,MMl-liaiH-. !> i.iiif-rlable home fof a small fan'iily, and it h 
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Street 




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CLEARING 

A.-ipj> i.f siil^ndid bottorri; land, 
,• iTi''n!ait;t". nS' aci-es '.ciea^etlr 
I"^•■!^ riiiininj;^ >)U-CHm' .flows. 

Oii'Mi-ii. ijic ■ j>fi>|)^r-lyc^ -^m^ 

r<'i;i-(-a ij(.. b\i)ldin"KM, wTlhlh '^^ 

. . in i Li i tn r,f|v t,t y i — v'h 1 1 I I In ., i:»rrc«- r^ef 

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balance to arrange- 



M'l-JnininK viiarf-. .near f«ch(iol, 
:;ii'Mit I no iifiiMM Tmtn Victoria. 
\ i|csiriiti|f> iiropprlv- and ,T R-opd— ; 

l.;i.\ ill. p.ir acre. 836^00 

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1 1 ;._A<ycH. Hinaltorchard. lo.'acr^s 
'■r fln<' Ino'd. ciy>ar«d, nittaU ' 
li'Uisift and ovtbUlldthBa: a true' 
iiiiitiral spring of lovely water, 
piped to hoUKC^; hoPcei*. waRon, 
liflplementB, 300 ; chlehens; ev 
erylhiniit 'm the place . gocv. 

Pripfi ..,-,.„ ., fa.lEO 

"TBI ANOTBES SVAV ! 

40 AcrcH. I) cleared. •:'■■' '- 
tPee."* liiearlng, nice \v' 



83,300 



Currie & Power 



'Plione 33D4. 



Royal Realty Co. 



610 Tort Street.. 



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Advertising Trn THp, 
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On a warm day it is 
really refreshing to use | 



CALVERT'S 

Carbolic Toilet Soap, 

and any day it is a good soap to 

choose, for you want a soap that 

is pure and cleansing, you like a 

soap that is pleasantly perfumed, 

and an antiseptic soap like this, 

containing 10% pure Carbolic — 

an ample proportion^— protects 

you against risk of contagioh. 

Sold at Local Storei and 
Druggiitt, 15 cent! a tablet. 




On the. Waterfront 




COMES OCT. 5 



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2,000 Tor 
Osaka Shosen 
Will Call Here 
Outward 



Liners of 
Kaisha Line 
Inward and 



For sample send 3 cent. sLamp to 

K. C. CAl.VF.RT & Co. 
349, Dorchester St. West, 
MONTKKAL. 



SCHEDULES HAVE 

BEEN ISSUED SO 



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Canadian Northern 




STEAMSHIPS Z.XMITEI> 




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■' ST. ZiAWBEITCK-BmiSTOZ. 
ROUTE 


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Turblna Staamera 




DOYAL EDWARD 
IXOYAL GEORGE 




18.000 HOBSEPOWEK 




I.ESS THAN SIX DATS FHOM 
POBT TO POBT. 


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I" 1-.'. K. Uluckwi'oil. (icneriil 
Ak'TH. k. p. K. 

1.. I>. Cliclhani, City PassenRer 
Agent, C. 1'. U. K. R. Sleplion, 
r,. .\. Ry.. or W. E. Dii'perow, 
<•. T. A., Grand Trunk Pacific. 



iessrs, C. Gardiner Jolmsoii 
of Vancouver -Received 
Word to This Effect Yester- 
day . 



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a. m. 

. wind;' S miles; 

temi'.. 56; , sea 

ity of Ppebla 7 p. 



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Tatoosli. — S 
-har.. 30.05; 
BiTiootl); in, (' 
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lCstc\au. — ( 
30.0f>; tonn'-. 
no tJhlpiJlng. 

Ikeda. — Overcast; N. 
liar., 30.05/; temp., 
.^niootii; ,110 shippinK. ' 

Prince Rup«rt. — Cloudy; 
ciilm; bar., ;itJ.y.'>; icnip., tiT; 
sea timoolh; no shipping. 

'Prliiiigk'.— CMoiuly;' N. W. 
■vviml; bar., 29.95; temp., ir.6'; 
sea smooth; no shlpphiK. 

Pachena. — Clear; S. W. wind; 



calm; bar., 
sea smooth; 



\V^ -wind, 
ti7; spa 



BIG OPIUM SEIZURE 

/ AT TERMINAL CITY 



$5,000 Worth of Opium Discovered 
Evans Coleman <&, Evans Dock — 
..-„ 0«4cri bed as Chestnuts. 



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FOR SAN 
FRANCISCO 

And 

Southern California 

-Having Victoria al 8 a.m., Aug. 24. 31, 

• teB.mer» QUEEN OR CITY OF PUEBLA 

. THROUGH SERVICE 

I..eave Seattle 10 a. .m.. ateamer (JOV- 

KRNOR OR PRE:SIDEXT, Aug. 26. Sept. 2. 

For Southeastern Alaska. .COTTAGE CITY 

rr CITY OF SEATTLE leave* Seattla » P. 

ni,, Aug. 25: 31. .Sept, fi. t2. 17. • 

TICKET .AND FREIGHT OFFICE— 1117 
Wharf street. Phone' \. 

n. P. RITUET & CO.. Ltd., Agent*. 
C. D. DUNA.V N. Gen.. Paasenger AarSllt.'' 
113 Market St.. San FranClSCO 
For further Information obtain foMer. 




SX" 




>> 



On the Soattlo-Port Townsend' Victo- 
ria Route ■ withdrawn un^lil further no- 
tice. --. 

JAMES KoABTH'aB, Age&t. 

Phone 2364. S24 Wharf Street. 



Cumuuiit h;K lA.l.jbcr j. the 1-',UUU 
torTIiners of the Osaka Shosen Kah-sba 
^inc, will 'make Victoria a port of call 
b(.th cuitward and inwarii, according 
to word Just re. i-ived by Messrs. C 
Gardiner Johnson, general agents of 
that conipan>' in Vancouver, and ac- 
c<:rding to new schedules which have 
arrived from Japan. Kunnerly these' 
vessels, the Taconia Maru. the Seat- 
tle Maru, Chicago Maru, Panama 
Maru, .Mexico JMaru and Canada Maru 
have been going right througli to 
Seattle and Tacoma, while this port^ 
hereafter, will t>ecome„the^^i^Stv call, 
after the vessels leave Yokohama/. 

The Seattle Maru and Tacoma Muru 
were the first vessels of this 'new line 
to make their appearance on the 
Sound, while th.e others named have 
not yet made the ports on this side 
of the .sea. This line of stenmerd is 
operated In connection with the Chi- 
cago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound Rail- 
Vvay Co., "which has just started to 
run its transcontinental team from 
Seattle and Tacoma. 



I' "KK.\ : .'^. wind, 8 

30.00; temp.. B6; 

no shippiuR. 

Clear; calm; bar,, 

, 5fl; sea smooth; 



calm ; 
67; sea 



EXCURSIONISTS TO 

ARRIVE TODAY 



jroquois Will Bring One Thousand 
Sightseers from Tacoma to This 

City Arriving at 2 p.rrf. _ 

One thousand Tacomans will arrive 
in this city today from the trity of 
Destiny on ; tho popular excursion 
fitearaer Iroquois,' which Is due to 
reach the Victoria dotjk about 2 p'. Xty. 
This will probably be the" last excur- 
sion to be run from that citjr to this, 
this season. She will returJ3L_to Ta- 
Jeavlrtg'-at 



p. |»<^. afrlving 



Union S. S. Company 

Of B. C, Ltd. 

nirpct Service Helwcen V,incouv«r Upld l. 

STEWART*" 



Th« favortta pajssenser 



"Camosun 



■ tpamer 



r>eave.q %'ancoiiver every Wednes. 9 p.rn. 
Ar. Princ* flupert every Frl. tfternooa 
Arrives Stewart every S'atur. afternoon 
L<>aves .Stewart ev^r/ Saturday 6 p.m. 
Leaves Prlnc* liupert every Sun. 9 a.m. 
Arrives Vancouver every Tuesday 9 am. 
Tickets from Victoria at 1105 Whkrf 
street. Tolephone 1164. 




9oma Jea vTftg- -a t 4. 30 
there at 10.30 p. m. 

Another excursion will be riin next 
Srit;irday .fror.i \^;verett by the same 
ste&mer. and It is expected that an- 
other large crowd will take advan- 
tage of seeing; this city. Although 
several excurslpns have been run by 
the. International Steamship Com- 
pany frdm that city- this season. It 
seems that the citizens of tho City of 
Smokestacks, cannot get enouigh of 
Victoria. 



bar., .20.95; teinp., 
smooth; nti shipping. 

Point Grej. — Clear 
-thick seaward; bar, 
temp., 07; sea smooth; 
ping. 

Car)e Lazo. — Clctr; 
bar., 29.95; tcmi'-. 
smooth; no shipping. 
Noon 

Tatoosh. — 
miles; bar., 
sea smooth : 

Pachena:— 
;'.0.05;-temp 
no shipping. 

Point Grey. — Clear 
bar., 30,04; temp., 
smooth;' no shipping. 

Cape Lazo. — Clear; dalm; 
bar., '-'D.gS; temp., 67; sea 
smooth; spoke Prince .George 
northbound 10.15 p. m. north- 
bound off Cape Lazo. Will 
pass through Seymour Nar- 
rows, 2 p, rft. .^-^^-.-r-' ; ■ 

_FQlnt. Grey;-^learK cakm- 
bar., 30.01; temp., 56; sea 
smooth; no shipping. 

Cape L'aJJo^— 01634*5' "ctlfii'; 
bar.. 29.95; temp.. 67; sea 
smooth; spoke Prince George; 
In, Johnstone Strait norttj- 
northbound, 2.30 p, m. 

Tatoosh. — 'Foggy; S. W, 
wind, 15 miles; bar, 29.95; 
temp, 52; sea moderate; no 
shipplnir' 

Kstevan. — Dense fog; Isar.. 
29.81; temp., 58; sea smooth;, 
no shipping. 

Triangle.-T^lear; calm;, bir., 
'29.95; temp., 56; sea sraopthi 
spoke Prince Rupert 2.20' p. m. 
southbound In Queen Charlotte 
Sound. 

Ikeda.— Clear; westerly .'wthd^ 
bar.. 29.95; tem<), 56; sea 
smooth; spoke Prince Rupert 
southbound in, Mlllbank Sound. 

Pacfter»ft~.'^— : Thick seaward; 
—^ense fog; realm; ."bar., 29.95;. 
temp., .56; sea smooth; nti, ship- 
ping. ■ ..„ ■ • . <■ . . ^ , _' 

Prince Rupert. — Westerly 
wind; bar.. 29.35; temp., 66'; 
sea smooth; . ..aDQl!La__Spokane 
southUlound off Draby island; 
sighted Coi-win scutlibouad 1 
hour behind Sjptokahe. j- . 



. VANCOnvjUR, B. C;, Aug. 19.— 
Over »r),000 worth of oplum/is held In 
No. 2 shed on "the Kvans, Coleman &. 
Evans dock, and has been held for the 
j last four weeUis waiting for the good« 
In which '.t is concealed to be cleared. 
T)te IT en \k wl'oih the shipment la 
consigned, however, evidently had 
their suspichins aroused that the cus- 
toms department was im to the game, 
for the KlJij)nieul has never been 
cleared. 

The opium Is concealed in tubs of 
Chinese chestnuts and tlw^re urO: 57 
packages In the shipment, which in 
consigned to H. C. in a diamond, Van- 
couver. FJfv'e of the tubs fonlaln 
opiuiri, the total amount of the drug 
being 120 pound.H. In some of the 
tubs there are over 20 pound ca.ns of 
the dope and ih- viln.- m" tlie siurf is 
over $'1,000. 

The opium was_!iliip4j*-d here on the 
Blue Funnel liner Bellerophon, which 
arrived on July 16. On the manifest 
• It is described as Chinese che:Stnuts 
and. the tubs are the usuaP sort of 
packages for haruiUnK this class of 
freight. c;u.stf>ms Officer James liar- 
ris, who can smell opium if It is there, 
quietly went through the shlpmehf 
and out of the 57 packages he secured 
five containing ...cans of opium. The 
discovery was kept quiet and the five 
tube put under lock and key. Then 
came a wait. The customs people and 
a few ojthers who. knew of the find 
kept their knowledge to themselves, 
waiting for the consignee to come and 
clear the goods when it waai antici- 
pated excitement would follow. Weeks 
went on find' no one has put in an ap- 
^pearance to, claim =tha.shlpmcntr^Weh 
still remains In tho shed. 
.That the consignees are aware oC 

^wM-l-o^^'**^"^^"^' s*'*-"»s evident. It '■■ is 
*1 believed that the men who were to 
receive the dope here took a stroll 
through the shed and saw five of the 
tubs lo-cked In the cage and came to 
the conclusion that it -would be unsafe 
to clear the shipment. 

This is the second selatire made at 
this, shed recently of opium concealed 
In freight shipped from Hongkong. A. 
few months ^go Officer Harris found 
a large amount pf opium In a barrel 
v.:hlch was manifested «8 pickled cab- 



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•»-. 



■e- ■♦■-♦• ♦ 



Through tickets and tlirounh Tmtn nf 
Inflln.t? are' now issued from Pup'-r 
.'-niiiid and British Columbia ports to 
Ailln. B. C.. .Dav/son, Y. T. and Falt'- 
biUiks, Alaska. Connections made at 
oka^way with- our dally traln.s, at 
While Horae and — earlbou v.-ith otir 
river and lake stoamer.s and at Da\v8on. 
nlth steamers for polnla on the Lower 
— ^-ItkOn- •t4Ar*P, — :— — ~- — A ■ ■ ■ -.-: ■ — 



. Fui' further Information apply, 

TBAFriC DEPARTMENT W. P. ft Y. B. 

<:);■) Winch Hull'llntr, V»nc.nuA-or. B. C. 



!.S. "Golleye Widow 



I,eaves the CT. T. P. Wharf at 7:30 
a. m.. every Monday, Wedneaday 
and Friday ; 

]-•,,,■ .-alt ;.'p: \\A- ^ ■ . ; ■ -:.,. 

Pender and other islundH, callliiK 
nt fnwlchan Bay on Mondays and 
i;.m|m Harbor ■ )i Haturday.s 
Leave Mayno Lsland- at 7:no 
pvery Tncf^day. Thursday 
.Saliirdav 
ports. 



a 



V'lctorla mid 



m. 
ami 
way 



Bee Time Card 

Frelgrht Accepted 

The "ColIeKe Widow" cj\n be 
chartered for special trips on 

Siinila>'f-'. 



I>ctW8 T-Z (Vnse nf»g[) T)l(^hife«t«« 
Bo«p Powder dusted in the bath, softens 
'••< water aad *isiiife<K» ' 4f 



KILDALTOM BREAKS 

RECORD FOR STOWING 

Big British Barque Puts Away ,Ovor 
Pne Hundred Per Cent of Her __ 
"-""''''" ■ ' Tcjnnage at Vancouver. 

The British barciue -Klldalton, Cap- 
tain T. Jortes, which has just com- 
pleted leading 1.699.491 feet _ of lum- 
ber at the Hastings mill, Vancouver, 
for South Africa, has achieved a rec- 
ord for the amount of cargo stowed 
away. The . cargo put into the KU- 
darton is oVer a hundred, per cent, of 
her tonnage, which is very unusual. 
Her tonnage Js returned at 1,591 tons. 

In average vessels the tonnage 
works out about 870 feet to the ton, 
but .in the case of the Klldalton she 
Ifs carrying over a thousand to the 
ton. Good stowing and the nature of 
the cargo, which lends itself to, the 
clos<> work on the part of the Steve-' 
dores explains the record. The- lum- 
li-r cavKo which she' Is taking to 
S'.iii !i .\ irlc;( i : al! :;x;i. 

WILL SALVE LONG~~ 

SUNKEN ORE SOON 

T. Esnor & Son of Quoenstqwn Will 

— -Work-cm ■Pt.-YSarr'ffi^k-WliTclT'STrfi'R 

Seventeen Years Ago. 

.Seveiii.iii .V.Mrs ago the British 
ship Port Yarrock .foundered in 
Brandon bay, off the Kerry coast, 
with a valuable cargo of copper ore 
worth aproximatoly £70.000. Several 
attempts to salve the cargo have 
since been n^ade and now comes the 
report from Queenstowii to the effect 
that T. Esnor & Sort have contracted 
to bring up tho remainder of the ore. 

This belated salvage attempt will 
bo watched with more tlian usii'' 
terea,t throughout shipping circli 
veaser of .1,600 tons, the Bort-yarroiK 
w.is homeward bound from Santa Ro- 
Halla for Glasgow. After ft long and 
trying voyage, which resulted In the 
general sickness of.....thc ,,.cj*m%- they 
sighted the Irish ponsi, and the ship 
was brought up In Brandon bav, 
where the hospitable cottagers .pro- , 
vidcd thrni with fresh provisions and 
water. .— ■ ' ' 

The fishermen urged Cant. Forbes 
to run for shelter either to tb.c Shan- 
non or Fenlt, but the captain, being 
i.-iHtructed to await the arrival of 
a tug dispatched to his vessel's as- 
.«l.9tance from Gla.'fgnw, remained at 
anchor in the bay for a week. Then 
the wind** frcsliened to' a gale. The 
ship draggeii her anchors and took 
the • ground. Throughout the "nlRht 
.she auHti'lnerl the battering of the 
northerly .swell. UTours before tho 
rickPt apiiaratu.s from Dingle cnuld 
irrlve the masts and the crow-laden 
rigging went overboard. Only one 



man reached tho shore with any 
semblance of life, but even in his 
case the efforts to revive him failed. 

Not long afterwards the <iargo un- 
derwriters' determined' to make tin ef- 
fort to recover some of the copper 
ore from the wreck. After keen com- 
petition Mr. Anderson of Falmouth 
obtained the contract, and worked at 
It for some tlmei, his best season's 
work being 112 tons. The cargo was 
worked at for some time by a Liver- 
pool syndicate, who abandoned op- 
erations about 1902. The next serf-" 
ous, attempt was made In 1906, when 
the Brandon Bay Salvage "company 
(Limited) a Loridon concern, wa^' 
floated to handle the salvage, They 
Co.ntlnued to work with fair, but not 
'bfllllant success up to the end of last 
year. , 

Early this year they. opened negoti- 
ations ^yith Mr. EnMor' for the sale 
of their plant and contract, with the 
ultimate result that he purchased 
both, and has now the sole right of 
salving tho cargo.^ Mr. Enspr fitted 
out hl« ateamer Adelaide for the work 
and purchased another shallow 
draught steamer now on her ,way to 
QueenstoWn, where like the Adelaide.* 
she will be fitted with the necessary 
dredgingf plant for the removal nt 
sand off the cargo. It is estimated 
that between 700 and 800 tons of 
ore have been . recovered by previous 
salvors. The ore Is in lumps, and 
varies from about one Inch "square up 
to pieces weighing one and one-half 
cwt. The larger pieces ha've all to 
bo split up by a diver., It is only In 
very fine weathiT that any successful 
work can be done during tho winter 
monthiV and, practically -speaklngi, 
serlou.? operations can only be qur- 
rled on for-aboutsTx months of the 
■year.— . ; v . 



bage 



Beatrice Sailed^ 
The Canadian Pacific liner Prin- 
cess Beatrice left the^ l|eai«:vtll© 
street wharf yesterday for Vancou- 
ver and Skagway yia Nanalmo. where 
the vessel will coal. She took over.' 
fifty tons of .general freight from 
here.^ , : 

Amnr'Rei^Kes |Oort. 
The «teamer AiiijUr -re nvh efl ! « ;« « 
outer wharf late yesterday afternoon 
from the -tvest coast with 900 barrels 
whal-tf 611 and 1,800 bundles of 



^ 



Saturday, August 20, iOIO. 



r- 



0K 



of the 
church 



Ml'.. 
said 
1906 



Of 

box lumber 
B. C. Ports 



She sails for Northern 
Monday night. 



Nflw England at Sea'ttla. 



DECORATED PARLORS^ 



WITH FLOWERS 



The Canadfan fishing steamer New 
.England has beep hauled out at th«> 
Moran ways at Seattle for her annual 
overhaul. The .iCeJestlal Empire, the 
Flamingo, Kingfisher and Manhattan 
of the same, company will follow for 
overhaul, 

— '-^'^. '• ■ .< 

Catches •Large Shark. 

A Chinaman fishing off the Vic- 
toria Chemical dock yesterday aifter- 
noon, caught a large eleven -pound 
ground shark. One can imagine the 
astonishment of $ha celestlalwheu he 
pulled thi Oflt^'i * 



— - Tees Arrives. 

. The ateiamer Tees a'trlved in port 
last evening from the west coast af- 
ter an uneventful passage. SheialTgL 
tonight for Quatslno and "Ways ports 
and will take 1,000 cases of empty sal- 
mon tins an,tl 40 .tpris of general 
freight Including a. large consignment 
of feed. • 



Albion Fined $500. 

Found guilty of darrying passengers 
for hire when she had only the cer- 
tificate of a freighter, the steamer 
Albion, of the Port Angeles Browing 
comparty. which was rtrrFntly ramrted 
by the steamer Chippewa, has been 
fined $500 for the offense, by the Col- 
lector of Customs art Seat tle. 



Portland Trade. 
Aug. Ifi. — Unless 



May Hurt 

PORTLAND, Aug. 1«.— Unless the 
gralnhandlers of Portland' decide to 
work this fall at their old rate In-'^ 
stead of holding out for 
ah hour Vvith (i.0 cents an 
overtime, Kerr GItford <* 
that they will send , their 
Tacoma for transportation 
shore polnt.i. ^_ \^ ■ 

r t was pointed out. by them yester- 
day that transportation rates ox^'r 
the "i^11rond-"ai-e as cheap to TRcorfirif: 
as they are to Peftland, and the la- 
hor being cheaper there, It Ih to th o lr 



40 ccnts^ 
hour for 
Co., 'say 
grain to 
to. pf{- 



Foor Private Rooms of Laurier Party 

Strewn Wi^h Roses and Sweet 

Peas Whil«r-HB rs At Meeting. 

It was not with- the conclusion of 
the public meeting at the Horse Sho-w 
that Sir Wilfrid Laiirler and party 
were given their last touch of hos- 
.pltallty for the four., private parlors 
of the steamer Prince George; occu- 
I i Hlr Wilfrid, G, P. Orahame 

I M I'Dbnald and Mr. F, F. Par- 
■''' ireitilj- decorated diirlnj? 

' ' ■ 'Ml: : uith roses and sweet- 
a coTnmlttee of local' ladles 
the orders of good will of 
hard McBrlde. 



peas by 
through 

Hm': I'; 



advantagio to send their wheat to tho 
Sound port. , . 

'. So far the gralflh'andl' i ue 

show'n no intention (?f signing any- 
new ' contract at the old rate of 30 
cents an hour straight time, with 50 
cents for ovtirtimn. It la probahlo 
that lintil the first vessel arrives for. 
loading there will, be nothing definite 
in the situation. , t 

Ther»: Is no doubtj .RbweVer. that If 
the situation. deVelopft Into a strike* 
when the first ship is to be loaded, a 
large amount of tlU' wheat thtft would 
naturally .ui. h.':i'\vllj be deflected 

to 'I'lCf.Ill.l. ' _ ' 

TERM REmTiN*S~FOU'r YEARS' 



(Continued from PaSfO 



t.) 



Vadso Outward 
'i'lie .steamer \'adHn of the Boscowitz 
Steamship compatry— Keft for Prince 
Rupert and way ports last night with 
a full cargo and many passengers. 



Government Boats in,/-' 

lie steamer Lcebro and Quadira 

port yesterday from the 

AvTiere " (l)e>' ha-vn 

cngageid in light-temllng, 



arrlvod_Jn_ 

West "Co^ist, 



been 



k 



Jetho.u Passes Out 

Tlie steanier Jethoii ' bound for 
Shanghai with Itmibor from Astoria, 
pa.ssed out xesterda.v from Cumox, 
■where she lias been coaling. 



the (Construction of the. clause which 
it TVas' proposed to introduce 4n the 
Discipline. The^question of the time 
limit affected two types of' churches 
^— those In cities and those in, outside 
congrogationii. Owing^ to chnngKng 
congregations hi city churches it was 
almost necessary that mole Vimftt 

to wnr;- 



should be given to minister 

oiit tlie problems with u)ih I'l ti 

were confronted. 

The Rev:--J7- Sk-Bo&a,„u. 
Ont., said the^ cxpferlenco 
< hiirch hud shimn that the 
of tlie jiroposed rule would work the 
.saini' in the future as it had In the 
liast. It would place Ministers Iri a, 
humillJjthiK iiofdtlon. The (jiiarterly 
board airaofcnienl had proved a 



failure. Since the instltutton 
straight four year term the 
had not had a (juleter time. 

That the point upon which the 
amendment was based involved con- 
stitutional question was tho opinion 
of the Rev. VV. H. Hfeartz, o'f Am- 
hftrat, N. 6. This delegate pointed 
oilt that the needs of the church did 
riot require any such legislation. If 
what was proposed only had refer- 
dnco to cities and not to outsi-de 
places It would be class legislation. 
Speaking for Nova ScotU he could 
say that the conference of that pro-^ 
vince was l:l favor of the four year 
term as It at present stood. 

■The Rev. Dr. J. "c', Speer of Tor- 
onto.-herts. moved an umendnient to 
the amendment asking for a .straight 
five year term. He said that the 
large number of memurlals which had 
lieen received indicated a geaeral. de- 
sire for this exteiTsion in the tljye. 
liiH,it. Irl many places there was a 
need for this extension, lie thought 
that no man who understood con- 
ditions In large centres of popula- 
tion would agree that a term of four, 
years' was long enough. He depre- 
cated any idea of, stampeding the. 
conference into voting for the con- 
tinuance of the iireaent term. He 
.said that he noticed that men ' who 
heia__.limitlusa, terms were' always 
•most an.vilous ito^ cut down other 
men's terms. This statement was re- 
ceived with derision. Dr. Speers mo- 
tion was overwhelmingly defeated.' \ 

Deprecates Change. 

...-J.ustict; .. Maclaren of ToronLQ^ 
that during the years of 1872- 
Incluslve there were only two 
imstorates in which the last year of 
the term was not the must prosper- 
ous. He thought that those who 
wanted to meddle with the length 
of the term as it at present stood, 
should leave well enough alone. 

Mr, .E. J. Clark of Toronto, con- 
sidered the . argutnent as It aPPHed. 
ito large centres of population was a 
very weak one. AH;--the~-tinte when 
the churli had It In Its power to re- 
tain ministers f or a n extra year this 
privilege had never been followed. 

Arguing strongly in favor of the 
four year term Mr. J. Gibson of In- 
gersoll, -t^irt.-.-TJOtnted out that the 
conference represented >he entire 
Methodist population of the Domin- 
ion and could not legislate for any 
pai-tlcular .s'ectlon. In his opinion fn 
nijifi_cases out of ten the average mln- 
Istet— coaid doIe^-TJut.- all the - advan- 
tages In him within four years. If 
the term were extended the church,, 
would experience humlllatloh crowded 
on humiliation. As It was the con- 
ditions were sufflciezaly elastic to 
allow scope to the ministers. 
—The Rev. Dr. S. Cleaver- of Toronto, 
said he did not think the mass of 
the people in the church wanted an 

extension of the time limit. „ ; 

^ The Rev. John Locke of Toronto, 
In. a brief speeh favoring the recom- 
•mcndation said he thought the av- 
erage clergj'Tiian Oif the Methodist 
church was as weU able to sustain 
•himself in a protracted ministry as 
a minister of any other church. The 
success which had attended lietho- 
dist In the Dominion could not be 
traced In! any way to the Itlnera.-icy 
system, 

"Methodism," said the speaker. "Is 
making stringers of its people. Con- 
gregations know that the ministers 
who oome to them are only birds of 
passage. By hfeing a changeful quan- 
tity we ace not carryi ng ou t the Di- 
vine Idea. A minister In our church 
should be given everj- .opport^nity of 
eTilaTging his circle of acquaintance* 
and 80 increasing his successes. .^4 
am erftlrely in favor-«f the extension 
of the time limit .to eight: y eafB.'V 

Humiliating to Ministers. ' ^^ 
Claiming thkt the Itinerary system 
as It was now h e l ng w orke d w as hu- ■ 
mlliatlng to the ministers, Rev. R. N. 
Bitrna. of Toronto, supported the- 
stand of the preceding speaker; He 
Said the conferencd should embrace 
the present oportunlty of lengthening 
the term of pastorates. In doing so 
the Methodist Church would not be 
standing alone. The United States 
Methodist Conference had reniovi^d ; 
the time limit altogether, and the i 
sa,me had been done In Great Brltam 
In this, matter the Church in Canada 
had been slower than Its sister or- 
ganizations. 

.\At this stage there were loud', cries 
/or a vote to be taken -oji Mr. FVj't- 
ner's amendment and In spite of the 
iactJihaiJt. pumbpr 6f other delegates- 
were arixlous to speak it was put to 
the mei-tlng. The amendment carried 
h.vlab^ayjt a .tw<>-lBIraJ»:imaj'orrt5'.'SuTi- 
sequenb to Its passage the question 
arose as to the meaning of the pre- 
vious amendment which also carried, 
reading, that the extension of time 
should only be voted upon, for one 
year at a time. 'iJi-rCarnian said 
that this was a matter for the Itin- 
erary and Transfer Committee to de- 
cide, though the impression Seemed 
to prevail that the amendment In"* 
question had \i\ view of the decision 
to maintain the four year term, no 
.relevancy whatever. 

The discussion over the rVport of 
the Itinerancy committee occupied un- 
til almost 5 p. m.. So. that no time was 
left for the cpns<doratlon of any other 
reports from committees. 

Various Memorials 
Memorials dealing with Itinerancy.' 

superiinnuia- 



were prer-. 
their several 
of the frater- 



prder of service of ritual, 
tion fund lind tomperanclp 
sentcd and referred to 
committees, The reports 
nal delegates to thc' general asaembJy 
t>f- the -Prcsbyterlar^-ehtireh— 4ieW— 4Hr 
Winnipeg two years ago and of -the 
d«legu.te«»cntv^o^ tho Methodist JEpi^-, 
ctrpal church conference of the United 
States '-w'ore t.aken as read. 
Mr. J 



of Turtiiilu.. troaH 
church relief fuiul 



K. Lak e , 
iirer of "^ihe union 

presented' a report .showing the fund 
finely wound up with' all trtrilgatl' 
meT~rttm'Ti bairnceTof ia,585.25. In the 
report it was pointed oilt that, the 
piirplus arose from two sodi-ciBS. In the 
first place the allowance mide ' fth" ex-^ 
penses and Interest was hot all rev 
quired, In the second, place^ the Agnes 
street church, Toronto, having joined 
tvilh the Ehn street church carried not 
oltily the membership and jij>ngregatloii 
with it, but the proceeds of tii© ,^ale 
of tlie Agnes street structure had been 
handed, over to ttjt* Elm street trust 
board and the committee' of the union 
ehiireh— rrtiefi-fttnd thought that the 
last $2,000 of an appropilatlpn of $5,- 
000 to the Klin street church was not 
retfiilred as the church wa.<» not "eof 



barrassed through 

was the condition 

■ The Rev. T. E. 

strong plea for t"- 
liropriated- tO'^^ti 
out of the balaiv 



tho union,"., which 
of all payments. < 
Bartloy put dp a 

■ . -- • ...... , t,p ,(.,,.., 

litirch 

;-!■ i o. V I .-iii; of the 

union church relief fund. The church 

hn pointed out had a poor congregation 

and was in need of llnancldl assistance. 

TI,.. i.iiifor has been li'i'i in ibe h.iinda 

. ommlttee., , l^. hie 

. ; ;.. the i^alahci ... i.,. the 

Hanover, j Kenet;al, conference funds or whether a 

""^Hf^lTpMiwUmx^oiMt wil l be a ppropriated to 

operation i the Kim streeT~cliTin'li iif-'fTrrtmto. 

Subsequent to- the general confer- 
ence proceedings the eastern and tvest- 
ern conferences held distinct meetings 
to consider questions relative to the 
suiierannuatlon and sujiernumary 



CANADIAN 



TBAXsrs;nioK tavooxhtzb. 

9;00 a. m... Express for Winnipeg 

and Montreal. 

6 P- m Express for St. I^aul 

7;30 p. m.. .Express for Wianlpeg 

and Montreal. 

■TBAxmxrs rmox tiotoxza 

TO ▼AjrOOUTEB. 

2:15 p m. Dally except Wednesday 
ll:-*6 P- ni. Uaily 

TO BEATTZ^ll. 
f> !>• m ....Dally 

TO VAWAXMO. 
•S n- '■>■' .Kcry Tuesday 

TO VHZoir Airs coscoz. 

6:00 a. ni Kvery TueHday 



TO AXUkBXA. 

11 p. m .August 1« and '.iB 

And every Friday tlieieufter. 

TO rBZXos mwiimT. 

11 p. mo August I'J and 26 

And every l-Vlday thereafter. 

TO roBT xssnroTOir, ukuwh. 

BZYBB AirO QUSlBir OBAB- 
X.OTTS ZBI.AWS8. 

]| p. m ..Aug. 22, Sept. B-in 

xioaaziro oaikvb av» bivsxb 
nrxiBT. 

12 Midnight Ii^very Monday 

TO OKZWA ABD JAPAN. 

JOiiipre.ss of India .\ug,UHt. K 

ISmiU'ess of Japan ...Sept, i 

TO AVBTBAX.XA AND NE-W 
ZEAX.AND. 

Zcalnndla fnewl .Se|.t. 

Maruniu OctnLei- 7 



Week-End Tickets, Seattle and Re< 
turn $2. S aturday Unti l Monda y 

VNTIX. rUBTHEB NOTICE THESE -WTH.!. BE NO BOAT TO VAN- 
COUVER AT 2:15 p. m., "WEDNESDAYS. 

For further parllcular.i ar.|ily lo !•. D. OKETHAM, 

1)02 CJovernnicnt .Street. City pas.seii;,'er .XKinl. 






CLERGYMEN, ATTENTION! 



After "Conference, enjoy the beautit;s 
and j^randeur of thc.Pctcific ..Coast a.s 
viewed from our Palatial Steamers on trip 
to Prince Rupert or Stewart — rni(iue, In- 
structive and 2"^1^''''"K- 

FOU PULN-CE RUPERT, STEWART, QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS, 

■Via Vancouver 

Ss- PRINCE RUPERT— 3000 Tons— Ss. PRINCE GEORGE 

DOUBI.E WBEKJ.Y SAII.ZNOB __ 

EVEBY MONDAY, 10 a. m. | EVB|IY FRIDAY, 10 a. m. 

rOB SEATTLE AT HIDNIOKT 
EVER-Jr SATTJKDAY ] EVERY WEDNESDAY 

RETXTRNINO — Leave Seattle on Sundays and Thursdays at Mldnlglit. 




INTERNATIONAL DOUBLE-TRACK ROUTE 

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New England, New York and South and East 

Via Any Route. 

Finest roadbed, modern and luxurious trains. For information a.s to 
fares, etc., also for folders and particulars re Grand Trunk Pacific points, 
apply at temporary office, O. T. P, .^ock. Wharf Street, rear of Post 
Office. Write or telephone: " ■' ," 

■W. E. DUPEROW, Telephone 2431. HAROLD BROWN, 

C. P. & T. A Dock and Freight Agent O. T. P. S. S, 

General Agency Trans-Atlantic Steam'^shlp Tjinos. 




S.S. VADSO 

WILL SAIL FOR - 

Skeena, Prince Rupert and Stewart 



ON 



-THURSJQAX,_AyGUST IStKr 



JOHN BARNSLEY, Agent. 

534 Yates Street 



Phone 1925 



Notice to Contractors and Builders^ 



The Royal Bay Sa 




and Gravel 




PITS AT ROYAL BAY, ESQUIM ALT 

■ ' 1 ■ 
Are prepared to f u r n ish- Warshgd, Screened ^"•■d Graded Sa'rid. 

and Gravel of Every Description ' 
Lowest Prices Quoted for Quantities 



F. O. Box 762 



Victoria 



FRL IT 1 R 




^Dpe i*iif ings^-^ternaL-TilLJmt. A 

Fruit Stocks brars r^-i.-V-; thai can 



wise hivcsiment in our 

b e J<:'> re^s PC ifli ml' CO 1 \ nted 



on. 



We have ar^fJ4te4o t of clean , healthy a nd ^Lfong stoclcto 
,pick from, and a catalogue tliat is most interestiVg to horti- 
ctiTtMrraTancrnoWeTTovers.""^^^^ ' ' 



TheVancouverlslandNurseryCo.Ltd, 

" SOMENOS 



funds of the church. The Rev. Dr. H. 
Sprague, ,or Sackville. N. B.. acted as 
chairman of the eastorn confej-enco 
and the-Rerv. C. 8. Deeproae as chair- 
man for^thfe west. 

Th«- missionary, poinmltt- the 

conference' fs at , presefit couf^ulerlttg 
tho question of whether the west 
should be, given greater autonomy In 
handllPK "'*' work and fuml.^ in Manl- 
tcaba, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Bri- 
tish Colutnbla.'It Is propfT.<5ed that tho 
mission work in the west shovild be 
entirely controlled from either Winni- 
peg or some other point and that from 
an executive standpoint western mis? 
.slons should be conducted distinct 
from the general organization. 

This afternoon a buslnes.s session of 
the general conference will be held 
when in all probability the reports of 
the committees on Sabbath ob.servance. 
and temperance prphlhltion nnrt moral 
reform ■^W\ be rliscus.spd. The members 
i!)t thc conference ha\e been Invited to 



ultenil mid lake P'Tl In a bowline; 
match at Beacon llill park during thi 
nfternoon.thalrivi til tion bein£.cxteiiil- 
eii h.\ the Beacon Hill Bo-vvllng club ' 



Mrs. Agnes Hay, of lilslowel, jyi.e • 
the enrly. setters of the country ■' • ■ 
;ii i;<'i hon>e yesterday afterno. 

Paul Waggoner, of the Indep. imI, i,, 
Cloak COji of Toronto, has been ar- 
rested In KlngHt'^M ".-rr. if- nmpiaint' o f- 
.JoH. cbijiper, ■ : U, charged 

An e.xploHlon im ,i Uu.ii^irin torpedo- 
boat on Wedne^daV at Kronstadt kill- 
ed six sal.lors and injured 1' 
/ The British war ofHcr h,. 
(ed' with the Llhby compan.v i^u le.ui 
a million pound.s of corned beef. 

All Mohammed, a prominent Turk- 
ish N'atlonnllst, -was asRassinatPd with 
an associate .Monday night in Teboran. 

It Is a good thing to be, a qultller 
provided alwuy.i that you iluit at. the 
psychoiofflcril inoinont. Whatever that 
Is, -- -• ■ 



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•oturdcy, A-.JcJ'irt "^O. ISIX. 



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\ ICIORIA D.ULY CiOLONIST 



15 



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THE KNIFE 



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THE STOCK UST 




lis Gyred k "Fruil^a-lives'i 

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"Just aVMMit ,1 ' ■ ■ ' 
(,frrll»|p pains in i m. 
Iicr to bfd, \\f ,i! • 
pri.inuuivci'fi ii .-i . t ■ 

W'p UxAi-. lii'i lo 1 ; 
an oniincnl .siPOri;iii^l . 
at once if we wanted to 
liHX'c tliis clorii'. wf wi'i-i 
iH-^geU su piUrullv, llial 



/ N i:\\ ur ii( ;i i. i int., p". n, i;:it., i;tiii. 

y ilau(iii,t--i' l';il;i, (fui'li-pii \par.s), was takoii willi 
I'll,!' |»i)iH was sii .so\en' thii t ,wi' had tn carrv 

, : Ml miilfi-, the f,-iri-> ()f a lirst -i-la.«s iliM-t>r, \\hn 

■ ;>|)i'n<lii''tis an, I ;iil\mo(l'an oiuthIIimi 
. (, • ,1 i! Kinu'^l..!! \s liiTi- ,'-;lii' was aKuin .-.xanii ncd 1j\ 
I '.;■'' I I \ pi"'n<)ifilis ,-111. 1 must be operated on 

save her life. ^-. we 

I .1 '• 1 1 ilailRli 

■,v . ;m. :.; .■;.■ ,1 II for t 



Politics Has Become Strong 
Factor in Market and Trad- 
ers Aie Nei'vous Holdin.j;' 
Back for Time Boint'; 




liail t.ikch lii-r 
I'M- w.is Hlranl 

lal ilav , i,inl>il 
lU'T .an iiii'li" 
siiini' ■ l''riiit -a 

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I i'Mui If .^nll -. • 
:il;nM,^( fruni 
ami t!i.' Clint 
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Mackkv; .... 
Mexlofiii ('(.nl. 
M. S. IV. S. H. 

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N. Y. ('nil I. . . 
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Nlp|•lll^^n IVic. 
rarifir- Mall , 
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htM ■ vvUli llitlf'. aKKi'Sslvp; liiiyiriK fe'ii-vi* 
wheal a wrak lone Ihrnuprhinil amj 
valutas wniil throiiKli tlu- prfvioiis Inw 
fiuliii on this nioveiiiciil, 'I'ln r.. u as 
only a Ti'i-IiIp I'ally In po\*\i ainlniuai 
"f the local |in>ri'K."iionals htp now oh 
the bpar Hthle, I'^orclKii iipw.s was bcai- 
ifli, world's Hlilpnu'iits are r.x|ircted lo 
'1)(> liOfa\y.- Moroovrr ihn conHncnl waw 
rnporlid lo n.. m rllln,!; ciiii-.h: Thy 



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.tliliiflP i.r .Mr. aiirl .\tr.«. Fox, . 
nl Mis.s Klla u ill Hlwa>«-' rr- 
11,1,, 1- ■■(•'niit - a-tlvoii" - the 
1 i! an eminent 

-- ■ I 111. ami the tmly medl- 

i' I ho worlij made of 

I .",0c a box, 6 for Jl50, 

1 1 in 1 bo\T--2*pr — 3«-t!fatrT37'" 

'■""'• i"'.'<tpaid^ on receipt 



past. i. 
inovpmri 

Tr;o : , 
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I'oJItlfH hevfl 



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Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway Co. 



CLEARED LANDS 

Tlie Cleared Lots at Qualicum Beach, 
Newcastle District, are now on the mar- 
ket in tracts of from thirty to forty acres. 

For plans and prices aoply to L.. K. 
Solly, Land Agent,, Victoria^ or L, E. Allin. 
Local Agent, Parksville. 



'" .r.i-; liisoouni fpr . tnc 
lo^ sr.yrTHl spprlslty 

iv "i<' a I I. i.i !■' . .1 .Iiirlnx 

nntabl\- ! ~ ■ York 

w^it-li t h» ,nj.i'ai laik of 
••arnlnKH' In (..Irotilatlon. 
beoomf- fpiltp n factor and tlio .«trprt 
Sfpin.i flividpfl in opinion as to w4iat t^(■ 
effect of asltation In tlint rcipct-t will 
be with resrard to thp seciirUy itiarkot. 
r>'orelKn<»r.s were reported as niodcriite 
«fjiprs, and-Jn .addition room .nrdcr.s op- 
eralpd quite actively "for th«r declliif. 
Fparw_wlth rptrnirt tn tho nionpy ftiit- 

pi n 1 l.\ Ft'iilt«ift---tlve6 '«ok "arc beluK (jradually dltip«>llcd but 
liiojioil. l^u;;\^,o „^ •* *^* samP time In conspryatlv^ clrdt.s 

, ft 1)4 not ihoiiffhf tbp expansion in loans 
SLJhls .o«'nt«i will br wdini tioiiPcJ at this 
Period The bank statcinent. lioupver, 

r wmt Tiar^Tnt>ntrtjr-TTiattc-^ii-^iti>n-y--afn- 
bibll as hcrclororp. bnt the position of 
liic InstltutlonH has b«»«»n" strenKthencd 
lo an extent of late tliat would permit 
ai_sll«rht rwluctlon in the surplum it- 
.serve* .at this period, 



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I lah ('opp.= r ^fi"* 

^■|^srlnla <Jhcm. . . . 5S 

lash IS'- 

. p.fd .'. . . . .. SP'- 

W ';titinR|ioit«.e' . . . 6Q|^ 

\\i.ooon.=<iii Cent 

Monej- on rail, l'4.p«r cpin. 
. Total sale.i! 4»!>.r,00 pharrs. 

MOirXRXAX. STOCKS. 



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50 13 



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(Furnished Dy J\ W. 

iStock — • 
-Antal. Asbestos .... 

n»?ll Tricphonc 

Tfm: 



do 

l>om. 

pom, 

• do 



"cerrtr 
j.fd 

I. and .^ 

Textile 

pt<l . 



ITnbbjir 
pfd 



Stevenson 
Bid. 

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& Co.) 

Asked. 

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104 

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A ma I. f'o^per 
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do . 
Atner. 
Anicr. 

do 

AiTier. 

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pfd 

«nih»1t. - . . . . 

Wtijrar 1l!i>\ 

pfd . . 



KAISER .LOSES PATIEI\I( 



Persistent Photographers at Seaside 
.1 An"Py H'» Imperial Majesty. _ 



. ,crofised--Jhe Kaiser's 
Ingrr - As, ho-n ever, 
pliotos-r . -rpher , ...p l l l l 



• BERLIN. Aug, 18.— An arausintt 9t<->rsf 

£L.*-_(i?SPA?2.et upon . the Kaiser's, pA- 

tionce has just reaphwl BeHfn. HIb 

Majesjy was taklni? a airoll along the 

"ashore "t Swinem'undo, accompanied 

Illy by the Chancellor ai>d two private 

spcrotaries the whole party being In 

..i a tc h tnc coslijnxiv 



buddonly H .voitng plutojrraTiher. ,eni- 
plovfrt by a. Berlin ..plintorfraphir itRenty, 
hameniHl along, the Hhoro and. waikinR 
bacUwsuds, deliberately toiok a snapshot 



T«"l. 

Woolpii 
Anaconda ... 
Atlantic i.'oast . 
, .Atohlsion .... 
i d«) pfd . . . . . 

B. ^nd f>. 
I n- $. T. 

— ^ if. p.\ p. . . . . 

t'. arid < ) 

<■'. arid A 

C. and 'It. W. , 
dd pf4 

f. ai\d ,v. w. . . 

backw.nrdH t" kcfip- uhea<J of the a^Jvanc- (>nt l^eather 
tnff ■pTonppT^ritrvH'- fvFtttttxtdgd tn ehnPE*! (_-^ F--and I' 

the platp wltli a view of making anotherj "do " pfd" 
Exposure, -th^ I ndlfrnanf emperor ' lost {,p„,(, s„„,j,^pn' 
patlPBce^. Turning to the two >Ialn j jq' is pfd 
clothes detecllvos who ff>IIow#d him at ^ .f;,, f.^^ , 
twenty yu,rds dlntance. Tie shouted aTt'- ! r'oripprodiicts 
krily; "Take ijic frylfoWs plates away,!"" 



'C (•>f ih* inippijal parly at a' vaBHf, ot. tbrpe 
'^'piiocH. ThiJtish an anuowd frown 



fac4->, lie said ii<,tli- 
ihe ent<?rprlsliifr 
— b*st.'ly • steppInK 
uhea^J of the a^Jvanc- 



v. 




r>.. and R. G. 

stinipiuoiiis \-.niing man. cont'iBcatPd hl,s ' Krl<; 

plaleK and ibtaliicjl hiiu until the Kniiierj do K» pfd 

an-l his jKt!\ had disappear'-'d rrp,m j Oph. Rlec. .'. , 

«ii-''ii. r;.i. Nor. Ore . 




Halifax Tramway 
nols 'ifaci'toiT 
i X^ake of Woods 

do pfd ... 
Lanreritldc Paper . . ■ 
Mev. Lt. and Power. . 
Mont, lAgtn and Pnw 
Mont, Stct-1 Works 117 

<1o pfil . 

Mont. fetret»t nty. • 
.\or. C»iilo, Tract ion 
.Vova .Scotia Steel 

do pfd 

Ojrtlvle Mlif,;_Co. . , 

do pfd •..,... 



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>'fni%ijnwi.- Ltd.' . . 

do nfd . , 

Qtrubec Unilw.n.v» ,'.,,. 
.Rio d*! .fanle.ro Tram. 
.i<uo . Paulo Tram. . . . . . 

.<liawniK.ini .Vkn[. and I"< 
Toront., Hallways .. .. 

Wlnnipej; Klec. Co, . . 
Oouieii.t , 



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Optiori - 
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Feb. 

March . . . 
May .... 
.lune . 
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Sept, ... 



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Nov. 
Dec, 



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CHfCAOO. Aup 1 



KABKETB, 



St^.venson A ( "" ) 
"Continued prra- 



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BE VAN, GORE & ELIOT, LTD. 

•S'I'ihK \.\|i I!|.1.\U r,K(iKI-:i!S 
.Momlicr.'.i Nintorin, X.iiinoinnr and .SiiijkaUc .Siook .lO.M-hauscR. 



Some Attractive Buys 



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Fort Street .Hi I'oct. w.dl sltuatcO. 'I'ln. oln.iin^i Inn on lio. ,vii,.'.i. 

I'rlor '. V '.iiS.OOO 

Close to, C. P. R. Hotel .Hid h-ri . \',\r.- $8, WO. N'. 1 ,1,1.1,, ,i *8.500. 

Doufilas Street mar I'ml, :'.ii lioi ;ii |„r ^ $550 

Douglas Street i.'iuo , oi m r \(;r.\- nlii.sp.in. i'lii". .$15,000 

Government Street o 1 llio bcMt corners .n ih, fr. -n. \'i i-v 

,|,,-,. Ill I'm.., $7ri,000. I'hirh' di..l\,.| 'I ;.;,.,. II.. ..irm I- 

..vill ni.il. <• I I, I.. Ii,. .,! l.o'LL-J-Liii. 1.. l!,i ,ii 
M ^.feet ,-M|nai. ...rmi -i' .-iiilaM' i-n ,,, i ■■:■'■ , %'^.''>00 

Dim.cans i.\o.,ii :;.-,. 1 1 ,1 110, ..in ..; m^ '•■ 1 i-i" ■•■■ 1'" .l.l.nnl. 

I : m I n I r • / 



W . I.i,. .,i;i . . .,:■ .1 ,.f .., !■.. .'i 

Wo -.OI 111 ,1 n. ..; . . .{ I. .1 . I!. .'I I 

..tln-r I., I . ■>., oil 'I, ,, . |. ,1 \\ . n , • • 

Ai.rr.age. ."■... 1 lio 1 : •■ 

... I o 1 i_ , 



I 1 1 , , I ■ . . ■ . I , !' 1; , '-I 

'...Mil \\ .1 1 ,i ' I ' I I'K m ,'\o)ia njjvr I'lr 
., ,1 I . ., i. ,ii)^Hlo\v ill .Tamos ]\u\ . 

,, . I .. 1: , . W, . ... ,: ti\.>r' 

I i i I , , ij. . ! , , , I . ■ I in I 'I " ' . ' ' 



,1 '(.1.850 I'oi .oi. 
.Pliones, 2470 and .■^■/i u?.-! Govcinincm St., Viituria, T-5.C. 



. 1 1 . i I 
n.s: 



LIGHT TRADING 




Stock 



Prices 'Show Effect of 
Pressure to Sell — Special 
Drives Made at Ha'riimaiis 
and UrSrSted- ^=^-^ 



COLD STORAGE 

V.I. COLD STORAGE 8 ICE CO. 



VictorJaT-Br-Gi 



i~. 



Goods received at anjio^^^s. Expert at4entio n 
given. Consignincnts solicited 



Telephone 2282 



P. O. Box 875. 



,VEW 
tloiiary 



yoHK, AujT 19.— The reac- 

iihdOrtoiw i w hich ('haracteriy.cd 

yesterday's stock mark^ HcHJaiiic^^ inofc 
iironouiieed today. Trading was in 
Hmall volume and. If anything, the mar- 
k et was more professional. .Vt odd 



itlmes th'J >nllre list secnied under |, res- 
sure, but often the points of weaknes.s 
werr-thcr Itarrtmao's ReadlnK~and U." ;S. 
S'teel, which long hay.» comprised the 
great bulk of the ili\rttig» day's busl- 
rtetts, ♦ 

It Is a reasonably fair a.s gumption 
(hat th«" prewJitre directed on the I'a- 
cific shares results largely from recent 
de\eloi>mpnt8 In Callfomlai 'I'he suc- 
cess of Ihc ln»urB<^nt cause '• In that 
state Is iBr^^nprally regarded as tinfavor- 
ablc tu the Southern Pacific road, which 
report has lonsr credited with' unwonted 
political activity on. the Pacific coast. 

Mocks Krew inci-e.Msingrly heavy this" 
afternoon at a (?enorhlly lower price 
level. All the leaders went below the 
bottom prices of the previous day, bu'1 
the rl'oslnjt was sliRbtJIy more active, 
with modera.te recoveries' In Ueadlng 
and ITnlon Pactfir. . « 

London rcpeetcd its tactics' of thp 
last feW; dayH by operf sclUng tn this 
market, nifefly of f-\,pperx. P.. -'S. Stf^-et 
and. I he "Pacifies, to the extent of fully 
ir>."<ui tihares on balance. 

J^ondoiifi tiom.e mark et tontlhiied in a 
stale of depression, wltti ' Pspecial easi- 
ness In the rubber stoeks. Tho annual 
r'-fiort from tlie Amerlr;)?, ,«imelt1nir and 
RiPfihliiir rojnj>any showed net- ear,n1nij;s 
for the tlscaf Jear endingr April ::«i last 



of«|7,.'.n,1,an«i. This 
doerease from the 



was but a moderate 
prf'vlouK year", and 



MRl 




'Sfi/ 



opa Oil Company, of Los 





es, California 



Under Canadian 
Control 



1^" 



Capi!al,$l,000,000 



StU(i\ ti 



!(.: lul!ii'.V,il 



'ft I 



iirucfti of (.dl — (.. 



. - .11)1 1 >ri." 



what this Company'"* jirosppcts, arc 

Isstic Pi 

J;uciTc !...,....'. 
Saucr DoHcrfi . 



orouj 



15 

Ad 



Stcrliri.: 

Caribou . .'. 

San Francisco anil' 
' McKittrick $rp 



..•i.- 



•15 



T'rtscht t 

SlJ.rKi 
3.1*11 
'4.00 



lice, pixitlcnds. 
io*Jf monthly 
fo'l' .monthly 
2.5 "^c quarterly 
25% monthly 



>iiares 



2.2^ 



28.50 



,<.«) ■ 



^ofc mot 
^K-ljer month 



Thi.s Company owns a lease of 60 acres in Section ^2, 12-2^," in th^ verv 
I>efrM-«f--riTC~MarRupa Suh?et Field, surrounded bv jrushers'and flowinrr 
\vclU for a royalty of 1-/ of the oi,l produced, 

i he Lake \i6,w Gu.slier. within iz miles, has produced over $3,000,000 in 
Oil <liirin}.i- 3 months. Now flowing 40.00a barrels^er day, -- 

I'hc Ubisptj. within '4 mile of our property, brought in a 10,000 barrel 
\\ cll on 5rii June at 1.800 feet. 

The Midway .Northern, within '300 yarjis, of this Company's property 

^ht in a similarWell on July 4th last, at a depth of 1,920 feet. 

(Copy Telegram Received) 
To A. T. Frampton, Victoria. B.C. • ' .August nth 

Drilling una;voidably delayed now • proceeding very rapidly \VILI 
BE DOWN 300 FEET TODAY; sure to be in oil 2000 feet, perhaps Ic^ 
.Conditions cettkf-not be better or ou tlook brighter. 

(Copy Telegram Received August 15th) 
DOWN FOUR HUNDRED FEET TODAY. Formation fjom now 
on wiU reduce' speed,- but rapid work assured. , 



I>ome.«tic rltoney movements indicate 
a cash gain by locnl l->anks of fi\c to 
seven million, dollars. 

' Hapk. clearlnRs for the «-e^k show a 
Toss' (,r 25 per cepl. compared, with the 
saiVie week last. veRr. The loss results 
larppl* froin tlv i|. rroajir in clenfinKS 
a't, this, centre. 

The bond luarki'l wa* irregular and 
duM. .Tntai sales, par xalue, II .:'",7.1'in.. 



Phone 2456 '^^ P.O. Bo.x 79i 
If you ba\c any abares In 

Pacific Whalin^^ 
Great West Permanent Loan 

You wish to sell, let m e give you 
ajjid for them. 



N. B. GRESLEY 

Stock Broker and Financial 
Agt. Member Victoria Stock 
' Brokers' Association 
Room 16, Mahon Block 



Phon« 2S58. 



li:;2 Govt. St. 



CIdham k Matterson 



BROKERS 



' in the time tvnmv 

so ORE OIL 
SHARES 

Call on us for partl.culara 
Office to I»et. ' 




Mining Stocks 



*«t-gS rOK PRICES 

Bay or Sale 
Portland Capal. 
Stev*>art Mining, 
Hed Cliff. 
' Glacier Creek. 

Portland W'oiider, 
• American Canadian OH,. 

Canadian Northwest Oil. • 

WA.aHOBN, OWTIfH dl CO.. 
Vaaeoaver. 



TO BORROW 

III ; hinrtsaKp. <in farm |,roperty, 
loo . '-nr<i at 7 pui cent, G.Ood. 
.-security ami moral risk. 



$15,000 



Tills will flaiid the (do.wpKt fiives- 
llBatlon arrd contnms pveVy es- 
sential of thB soundest .-Jerurlt.w 
I'lill tiarlhiilsrH on rer(uest. 

cox.Q)vxsx BOX iro. sas. 




^.»-*o<miTSf-i— 



STEWART 



Actions speak louder than words. Stev^^art has "f^ 

now settled down to work. INTRINSIC VALUES-^ 

^fe-steaf3iLy^.a^var t €lng. as the ^vd i QptTtent of th«- 



country progresses. At present prices, lots in Stew- * 

art City are a splendid investment. * 

STEWART LAND CO.. LTD.. t ' 

Of^Eiccs g. lo. II Board of Trade Building. Victoria, ♦ 



►-•-♦•♦-♦ ♦-♦-•^ ♦-,♦■ ♦-♦• ♦ -1 



vicTOBZA. 8TOOK nxcn.A.vov. 



I I"iirniylT-.d I. 



I' 



f.i.l. 



A- I -o .1 

Asked 

.la 

■' . l'.'.. ■ 
,1 I 



14*1 

1 JV o.ri 



Mi'jt*t of thc5»e co+iijianie 
ajdditioii. 

Dividends on. Lifted ^tpcka.fojjlay 
Total Dividends to Date, 



. ' Contractors expect to reach oHln Qo days. 

pay special bonuses in 0"^ We" Prpducing i,ooo Barrels per day Means a Profit of $500 per day 



to the Company 

Extract from Letter Received August i6th 

and found .Mr. 1^1. S. O. Todd i-r 



^31,284,003. 



Unsolicited Testimonial 

- I visited your property a few day!5^go 
charge, and operating one of the best cquipment.s I ever saw'in any bif field! 
You canrrat-hclir getting a gusher on tbat^round. audi the people whti 
bought Maricopa Oil are in great. luck. Yours very truly, 

i (Signed) C. H. TREAT, Secretary,' Midway View Q,il..jCo. 



If there 

rcacliC'l '^it 1 



Drilling Commenced July 20th. Watch the Drill. ' 

3- I pv ef 250,000 Shareb have, been sold pfivately iii Prince Rupert- antj Vancouver. 

Shares of $1 1 uljy l^aid and Non-Assessable, now each 25c 

-is anv slock 



.■^lork 

.MhertH, ' o ;:.in ' >'\ . 
I Anier.' 'iiiMdlaii t_»il 
.'•'Hoadlan Xorthwp«( riil 
'All>erla foai and- < '"k"' . 
iOlHinond X'ale »T and ' 
I JLufcrttaiiAivB-l f and i' 
olii .Viill£y._'C...Jin!JLJ.L.i 

rt'>v(il I 'ollieri'piu 
j A'l es t e ro < '"ill and t'oke- . 
j B. I '. Pern,. I.".-i n . . 
I r>ominliJn Trn^-t '" '.ly (n', 

<5t.' West IV'-mnoeni n 

' I^Hciflc Whaling roin 
j rai-lflo U'hallii^; nlil. . 7 , "n 
j Stewa.rr t^TTTlfl ;ii i,,T 

j s \ .>( T in ' h :,, IIP, 

1 1 ,11 ir r> 'i • < k '. .•-';, 

j I ilHoior I 'I'Cok . I ; 

j Main. n*< r .... . :i 

I PortlHnd Caixal^ ... . n; 

' Slow art M. i.ml ' ' ,: ::. : 

j Nuacpi. < inl.i .... .'- : 

li»S(|Uel I _. . . .Ill 

I'jurky I 'a In ni 4 I . . ,r, : .'i.'. ' 

( Sniiw.sl ir'-ni ....... . ., ■! 

I __ P . 1 | l fl, B ."i no i >»— ■ 

i 1 I'lii I'. Milan. 1 I'.-nial ;i t .",:;',. 
j Vsncoaver Stock Sales, 

I ('.Mil InirrnHtlon.Tl i 'n;, | and (.'okc a I 
■„nfi Hi HfiH- 

)•) ' 'infi.lian OH 

■'■ «5; ioo lit 




URii^irO If) 

ii 1 iiii\k1,.'%> i O^;^./ * » KafJ n 



Capital aiiti Reserves - $T,i.oo,r.no 

TEMPORARY OFFICE: 

lODi LANGLKY STREET.- VICTORIA, B,C. 






Tilt- i.niiimii;. i- inipiro,] p, ,|,; ,, Tinnslri Aj:rnt ,<t.id 

,,, Registrar, . t' ■imi 1 .1 iLrmn-- ,mi.1 m i i.i i ■ miv ■''. ,,i' Mml,-. 

nivl. f'o Mill . ,.| Mnniio ,,i|,l . ii lirr.r"i'iii.i;i 1 :.- in^i r In .liK r-, ,{rc 

I hii-" jii ■ '1 m in' I - ;i,L:,iin-i, 1 1\ ci i ■ -no ilii..o,'ii < i 1 1 1| ' ,iiii| \,ili( 
^1 rij> I ■ ,1 ■ ~ii I ■.-' I ' . ' ,, 

l'"i Ki 111-. ,ip).!;. !,i A. !■■.. I'liininirr, ,Mr9n.]j;.cr. , 

■— IIIIIIIIIIW WH l | IMM| W imi l ,JH |I JI II|l| Hj^,M l H W W M ill — m ill m il H i. W, i P i M g.S«wi 



WT^WIWiliniWiHfWIwl. II I I iiw I ill .at 



■\ lllr.,-! 



IvM.ilJ ,^t t, 



di'-j. 



The worst, infjuence In baseball, this 
\ ear Is the fact that big leaguers ;).re, 
\vorltln|c fur an automobilf. Ktithingr, 
Ih bo likely tn. break up t*>ajii pln,\' 
iiB an, Inducement to a st.ir" batter tu 
work for hits alone. 



The death of- Mr. Alex. Stewarl at 
Ills borne, in Newhurfeh.' NT. V., on the 
2lBt. lilt., al thp age of 94 ypa,rs, re- 
moves the last male mem.bei- of the oM 
Ste>vart family, one of the earliest set- 
tler,«i In fu-.inpe county. 



A SNAl^! 



FIVE ACRES ON^ GORGE VVATtrpFRONT 

_l'his property was .being held ;it $i,4fKi n Nmv ,,f, 

• ■ fered ftir a riuuk Milr nt 



$1100 PER AOKE-$tl06' 



N. B. MAYSMITI1 & Company, Ltd. 



Phono 1500 



Mahon Buildlnr 



<*ft for sale \vlicii the drill reaches tooh feet, tlir pricrt will be ai^Vnnrrrt ir. c;,-,(. per shar«. Oil will 
' I 'rice tlicii. subject to- quotation I'll liio • '■ I .rhantj'e. T' dollar bills 1or2Sc. . 

I Will Pay 5C per Share Cash for an Option to Repurchase These Shares Any Time Within Six Months al $ I .^-pcr-Share 



he 



A. T. FRAMPTON 



SEND FOR PROSPECTUS 



Fiscal Agent, Mahon Building Victoria, B. C. 
Transfer Agents, Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., Victoria & Vancouver, B. C. 



PORTLAND 
CANAL STOCKS 



I 




& CO, 



BOUGHT ANn WOLD 
COMMISSIOir 



on 



R. D. MacLachian 

Meniticr Victoria ' Stockbroker!," 
r - / . - . ^ : — r-— -ABBoclatlon. 



Board of Trade nulli«ng. 
Phone 2106, 



j 



fjtfhnrry Bn«p — fTUinf^^Aljt. — 1» tiT.rrnigly 
feooci mended by f ho m<vlicA.l profession r« 
»aAf«gua.rt! a£*_[ut ini«otia^;'jiM4iM>a. ui 



STOCK & BOND BHOKl.HS 

Members Chicago Board of Trad* 
Victoria Stockbrokers Assn. 



14.16 Mahon Btdg. 



1114 Government Strce 



ORDERS EXECUTED ON ALL EXeilANGES 

Dealers in Local Stocks, Mnnicij ,il. Government, Railway, 

Tiii::! ,111(1 All Oihri 1 .'ci-cntures 



cs t'l riiii ,i;.;i>, N'c-.\ ^"(.uk, '!'' !' 'nj_J!LLiL '-'-.C.ai_.. 



-f^ 



/■ 



/ 



-fmrrr 



/ 



i6 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Saturday, Auguit 20, 1810. 



CLAHNiriEU A»VKJ»*UilNO RATEJI 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY 



One otn' n word i-icli lii»frtlon; 10 per 
rt-nt. rtlfcount (or »lx. or more coniucuUv.! 
ItiB.rM.. lis -cash wUh oidfc. No adverU»«- 
BWirroccepli'd ror It«« Tlinn ti ccnl». 
l,u«liif»a and I'n.rrsB'ot.al i'ard»-ot rour 

No adv.:rU«>..,H.u charged un. accomU '"■■ { Q^'^ nVwU im. 
!«:»» mau tJ.UO , ... 

Phono No. 11. 



HOTKI.N A^O nESTAtRANTS 



BANNlCliM.V.V & HOH.N 
building. corn.T Bipad and J''''"*'^" 
flr.Ht, VIruuKi. Mudtni oftl.ca iuid rui 
iilnlitd 



VIrUUKl. 

roiiiin 



IIUTEU HI JOHNSON ST. 
d up from Ixjiiom to top. 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY_ 



i;rHOL8TKRINO AND UBfORATIWO 



BUSIiVESS DIRECTORY 



^U<;lUTECT!iJ 



G 



A KlKFlTli,,: 11. S.. ARCHITECT. 1006 
J GoviTiimenl St. rhon« H83. 



f fobrKIl, ■" TU6~MA^S, "■ AiU'HlTKOT— IN 

J;l prurtlco ti. U. ^•. for , . vv^<;t>-.lv« >-.-ar«. 
1- auB and dp.,(.incHiion.i uu■n)^lu:cl on ^i>V\- 
.aUoii. Of tic... b S ificra l^'""t c;_ i;U_oj^u.._»iJ.-. 



jirAci.uKh;. 1^;. Aucim;Bc;r^& ANB ^ j_ 
1\1. rivL> sisi»r» Block, xui: au»., .ii-704. 

ufrti;<-'. lift". ,;__ . 

C"-v ■EL\VUo5"'vVATKrNd,. ARCHlTKi'T— 
J. Koom 1« Kivu tti8lor« 131o';k. ^•lf,"'„'»; 
B C. T«lc-l>U.tne8: Ojactt^mj.. • ^^•W""?'^. 

U.13'88. ■"■" '•_______.; ■— 



w 



rood uccon'iiiiodAiUwi, opurllutf (.'all.ry, t-om- 
pr »nK Ufo-l..>d pl.olo. «i all ^lu. notod 
.porn and a-.hlft.'B up to ilio iMHUtml aa>. 
Ba, aiwa". .uppll«d «;ltl> De.l «oud*. 'iho.. 

1,, Mc.Manu*. propilftor. ' , _ 

KW HOTHII. MKUNaVVUK, NlC,li:.ST I.O^ 
cation In Victoria. iiUfly furnl»hed 
loomii at inodtiat.) prlcr-n. SVo.kly laua. 
All far, p«»« hotel. Two t-nt rations, comur 

yat«,» and DouKlsa. Pliono 31'- , 

rnw¥ "cbAlNrKUClAC^HoVEr., CQH.N'EU 
1 Dou(flu» and Cormorant ISU , .ippoMit.i 
City Hall. l<.-ncvaift(l thruiiuhout. Kooiiis 
*v'«nd t., r,or.. in .-l.y. Har roplete wllu 
Iho best. European plan only. I ool i oo uv 
In connortlon. ,:. Lucan, Troi). I'lioii^ liU.. 

M"' ' b.N~KY"i'HOt^i3Rt ^"iNVESTKB-. iKAl*:^ 
to fortuno.- Tl'.ls rosult may -'"'"'; 
tainod by purclias(n« the bint 2uc meal m 
,thc city at Th« Strand Cafe 



O uuliol«tLTln». removmn and p»i.ttinB. 
!:^rp„trc'u;a'n«V, ftc.. furniture ropal.ed and 
.poii»liisd. kOli Fort St^J^hone_JU»^____^___ 

^VHOl.K.SAI,K DUY »OOUM -^^ 

mlJuN li K- b t: ETON co' l/m . w uole- 

i .alo dry good.. Importer. "■'.■^ •■'"""'"'•.: 
lurtrs m..n'. turnlnhlngi, tent. B'«/'"'^" 
I" an ,1 Bhlrti,. .u-..Tall.. .Mail order. att..nd«d. 

~Wl7o7.K8Al.E , W1NE8 AH1> LIQUOH8 

mUUNKR-HBSTON CO.. LTD. '^'^""'^"^ 
i St VlLtoritt— WViol.aalo only, all tha 
ifadlntf'brVnds or llQUor.; Ulr.cc Impurter.. 
Writ.! for lists and pile*.. ■ 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING CONDENSED ADVERT ISING 



HELl' WANTBU — MALE 



S\IIKl-;i. KOlt 



W'ANTKIi liOV WITH -- ,,,,,.11 

\> all da,v work. ApHv A"K"« """Pt,. M 



THE IIEVKREIX E.Mri.OYMENT ANU 
<JKNKK.AI. AilKNCV 

lUU'J Kurt Strci:!., Hour. 3:30 to &:.)0 
Tfli;phoiui 117. 



I.laiili'il. 



I \Kl-ll .Vl'l'llKNTIfB WANTED. .\l'l' 
ll H. f. l.)rUK .Sioro. Oil J oh neo n ■Hn-i 



VVA.NTlSU—STUU.S't-l BOV. . ■)y]'^->' ''.'^''/ 
\ > _j_hani__ l3ro8.. Mary »^^: ^:_}2:Z - 

\ \ ' .TntTc 1 ) ~.ST i I O N t i HOY F 
>V hou.r. Hox 3t;0 Colonlm. 



FUH WAHK- 



! \\^^ .NT.KU --SlOX' iohai. ■ i kn ku a I ■ M -^ 1 '•••"* 
\y\ plain looking and llK'hi liuusi-work. 
p\'aB'!iJ Irom :|i:iU to »'.'j 

\ \ ".\ NT p; IJ. — M OTI IK 
* V 1 Hu yi-iii-a; I \V> 

ioukln«, icily.] 



WOOD AND rUEL 



two BOVa TO l.KAlt-N 

Appiyti.» comn riumbinu 

,t Itottllntr (^o., l.Ul 



W'.V.VTKIJ- 
,> > ti-dldp. 



UH' UKU'. 1 .CHILD, 
lu famll^, .ulnipli: 



W'.WTISO 
VV work. 



— WOMA.N KOIl 
llousi- I'lfanlng. 



DAILY 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



MUtCei^L AK BOCA. 



fl TilK 
you wiiih your 
KarUcn to br bKauHtuI lii H.;- ;:i'rl.y "l'''','*- 
.snowdrops, i:roi:ti«. Uillp., d.atlodll., 1 H' S. 
bya.lnth., ilc Imtrli, .lapun.a.; and local 
bulbf. Send I', c. for jniril.ulaiB lo I. U. 
VNool.iunc, LLafli llou..,'. (.adbor'.j Hay. lii 

I', o. Box id:;!*. _ i_ 

N 0'l'~"B>T~nESPUXS I - 

_. .. fov by 

date, (ji'o llcttlhcrbell, 



BUI.BH si^U i'l.A.VTH-NOW Jfl 
tlm.> to orilir bulb»^ \i you wl« 



VOTICK— i WIUI 
!-> blc for any debt, cunlractfd 
till. 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



rROI'ERTV *OK 8AM5— (Cant.) 



765 HrouKhlon atrivi. 



^UTKU Wa'n-p1';U -at to'TRAJ^U. C-'AFIS, 



., . -. i-,.roroncoa. 



W"^;! 



bl| Johri.otr *tr<r*t. 



AKT OI.A88 



RANlBR HOTE?- AND CAFE— ALL UN-- — 
. ion help. 5i!0 Johnson St. Why pay 



T i^: UoT; OVkIi TlllKTY VE.Mi.'^l 

lights «for churchc, schools ./"'I .''■'' "\'^ 
tiwi-lllnga. Works and storu l>4i> iaits si. 

I'ilO.l" bm. ' 

O W. CIU.SUOLM &"C0.. MANUFACTUH- 
n, t ,8 of ltad.-d art sloss. .-ioo us betore 
|i,:l)alrins a specialty. 



morn whtn >.iu can Kt! the best (or lu»». 
Meals L'Oc-; rooms ^Oo and up. 'i-^r 'f'P'>-l" 
with best goods. Jotopli Bnlansno. 1 rop. 



TSHKArFlTlil.l-T.RV A HEAPING UOU-' 
C ldo-4tia.d of elwrt cut i"lll «' "'"',•,., ^7 
^^ore^ to'uuy. part of cliy __at ^3.00_ c.u.D, 



ON'K RBI.IAULK 
i\ I 1 y low n 10 



1 oBloni Miiiili; 
.■vniw'sKlo". 
Tcu-i.ni''. mil. 



MAS' WANTl«!tJ IN' 
I ikH onlriH for best 
.lolhks in lanada; lilffl'*",^ , 



\X t;.\l'Knil?NCKI') ' 110rSl)lMAlD WILL 
x\. nri'rt poslrlon isi s. ptrmber, cxcollcnt 



W'ANTKD— MAIUS KOU THK 
>> Kooil homis. IC. & .V. rit 



COrNTRY 
riallway. 



WANTKD--ONK REI.IAWLE. . 
fvery town to tako ord.'r 

.:lcrt-h.-». in '.'unitdii 
Rex Tiilloi<,lnK <.:o , l-'.'l 



MAN 



i:;^si^erorr;u{;ri;o..::o:"Ltd^ rhon^>«i. 



s for 
tustoin mado .:lcrt-h.-». In '.'un.tdii in>,-l 
t'ommlssiun. 
to. Out. 



IN 
host 



TO l.ET~UOt'SE(CEEl'tNG KOOMS 

KTWXt TfOriSK- 

«H8 for rboklnu: ilrc- 



my wife ttftpr 
.\ugv ll»ih,14*l<l 



$1,500 



ij 



H'M HIGWOOP. m(.'cha.nlca.l engincor 
. and drauKhisman; maohlniMy Jnstall- 
A«i-nl for , gaa 
p. t). Bo.'i 106T, 



(d ; ' draw inK« 1" > iiair-d. 
pi-o<luci.'i» tfipl i.ngin.-s. 
ciiy. •■ , 



\rit;TORlA WlNI.>OW CLKANlNCr COM- 
'V . pan-y, T21 Kurt strfiul, piuiO' 'I'li 
Coiitraot* taken by wpek or monil- 



HOU.SK, Vlin'ORlA TVK8T, ON KJ 

block fripn cais, Ilv« rooms, 
(run tn..s, tf-, . oloso ioi>ark; large loi, 
0B»y tt.-rm». pembcrtou 4. faon, Bl* *oti 

BtrttH. _^^ - 

'tOR.N'Kli RANK ANU l.F.JtillTON., TW t • 
lot's, eai-li tlOJcls:.; no rock; level! clo»« 
to two car lii.'-s. on <•'«/ , '.'^'■",>» , ** L ,7, ' 
ca.-.h. Vrmhvrion_^.s. m, CM Fort str.-el. 

^IX RIXJmTTd IIOl'hK ANU LOT 60»;137. 
f5 modern In .•v.-ry way. »<-w«r,. ba h. 

I^n all rrnced. *...: blo.T^ mMti rar., «««.- 
lo watp-. %m cafh Imlnm-n monthly, in. ..-. 
J.-tLSO. Pf-nibi-r(<m & Sop.. 1,11 Foil. 



l,M)R SALli— A COSV 
IV suRable 



O. 



ROO.M. fOTTAGK 
for youn« or old co-uplej mod- 
Ro5c 315. 



I i 



RAND, HOTKL CA FK. JOnT.bON hi.. 
^-/ always open European plan; culsln.i 
unnxorllfd: bar best KoCds; rates motluratu. 
Wright & Faulkner. Phona 1105 



s-"- 



placinn your .nd- r. Repal 
i'none 2f6K. »oa For* street. 



AUl"0.nOBlLE8 



WISSTBRN MOTOR & SUPPLY CO.li- 
pany. R. P. Clark. Manager. hola 
agents for Rulcks. Franklins. numbers. 
Clement Talbols and Rovers «'?{"«;-' Xli" 
t.Ue*. tires all sizes and makes. Hulk Raso- 
ine and oil. Repairs. can.plet« vulca.u;slne 
plant. High class ilv«ry. Telephone oa6. or 
i( lino busy 2067. 



BAUOAUE DELIVERY 



HOTFL VICTORIA— UNDER NEINT M^- 
nsement. Most central*- In i-lly. Bus 
meets all steamers and trains. Ciruham .V 

Crant, proprietors. I'hone ISO. .____ 

\VTrL"sON'''TlOTKL.'^'646-G48 YATliS ST.- 
VV European plan; larK* and airy rooms; 
bar supplied with best goods. Ted M..\..' 
proprietor. Phone 1C32. 

rniiio' WrLLOWS--THOROUlSTffri- Itl'^NO 
JL vatfcd througho'it. and equipped hi tho 
most modern and up-to-dat« style, and sup- 
plied with t-rst cooas. Alex. l.ipslUC._Ej:op^ 
,IEWELLEK8.~WATCl6lAKEK.S. ET(!. _ 



PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 



DENTISTS 



R. LEWIS HALL, DIONTAL SUROLCJN. 

Jewell block, corner Yates und^ Uoua- 

ias strc-ets Victoria. B. C. TeU-phon.s- 

Uiltce. 567; Residenoe, \ii- 



P' 



T-vR H J. TlKNu'iiRSON. DB'NTIST, LKK 
\j building, corner Broad '^"^^ ., J"^'"*^;^ 
Sta. Phono :i;;fiO. Onicu hours. H.JU a- Ml. 
to « p. m. iivonlngs by appointment. 



W/ANTKD— CAPABLE SALpfiMAN 1" 
VV ^orcri' British. t-'plu"\''l» ..''T, ,"^', ."'',','',':. 
lln*. High con.misslo.is, wHh *'"»'"■;''/ 
advance. Pcrmunent position to rlgiil nian. 
Jess. H. frmitli t:it., Wlndsur, Out. ^ 



\, keppInK roonnji. t..._ 
•trie light. lO'ia I'andora strrel. 

' I.1I KNIHHKD 'OR l' N !'• I ' R N 1 H H I'l H II u I .- 1'". ■ 
• i. pi lift- i-oonis;. fret- rem fo;- InnlriinK ■' 

1 i-oilage In siiarc ■ time. Apply «;:;» 
I im-ca» avMtui'.. 



i. 



IHT VOFR 



UBI.V VVAMXKD-^FK.MAI.E 






^ANTKD— I.ADY -^ il I'- ■ 
luiiiiy domestical* o 
ionlai. 



"iTFRABKR. D. M, 1>--V*'K"^'^^,?.1 
Yates St.. OanesftjM. — Wuck. OfJlcu 
;/.30 a. m. to B p. in. ' ^ 



Y^ICTORIA TRANSFER CO., 



LTD.> TBL- 



ephono 1-9.. 

BLUE I'lUNTINU AND MA PS 



IJHINTS. ANY LENGTH IN ONE 1;;IBCB. 
i. six cents per toot, limber and land 
luapsv Electric BluiJ Print" *n<l ^^» ^^• 
1?1S Langicy St. 

BOATS -ANDnB^ffoiNKS . 



APETCH. Uol DOUGLAS STRKET 
spBclftlty of English watdh repairing. 



JUNK 



WANTED— ScilAP BRASS. COPPER, 
zinc. lead, cast Iron. » ^'''^^_,_^°V '^*i; 
rubber: highest prices paid: VR-tprla JUOK 
Agency. 1630 Store street. Phono 1338^^^ 



DETECTIVES 



B. 



C' QHTECTIViJ SfiitVICE, VANCOU- 
ver Civil, criminal and commercial 
investigations' R. S. " ".fJ;^„T ^^^ ''i'Jlwa 
dent. Head office. i^<>°'^*-%^''^^^^^'^'^t 
building. Vancouver. B. C. Pnouu «yj. 

B luodTuiu na T'fe"gT» '"Pt- 

fir^CUTFlT.' DETECTIVE AGENc'Y. D<>1N« ^ 
r general line erimlnul and civil piUaie „ 



I iR THE 
■ i home. Box 

TANTED IMMEUl.VlEl.V, FOR THlO 
country, working tiousekeeper or gen- 
, ral servant loi family OT-Trrar. .Apply sta - 
Inn «Mge8 ief,,ilie.l'io Mi». Strattleid. Mpuul 
.-sewioii. tiaaniehton P. O. Ueferences^ 



TAN TBU-"f t HHT-i'lABS ST ENOG II APH 

ir l or li^w ofiU-f;-mu»t- ^^ e\perli-nced 

,.pply I-. b. ilqx 4.8. : ,^ „.^„.^ 



\Y 



HOI'.SEKEEI'iNtl 

-lUirKe iiM.^! w, 

iiin-ton iV ' '■ I "" 
i..«i 111 " 



ItOOMH 

find you 
, iMfVern- 



■\\J'-ANDERgOX, CUIMNKY • ,CLEANEU 
VV V ■dcfpctlvf flues altered ; \ grates rc- 
backed. Itesldenco ZhU Blaiicllard street; 
phone 1.1711. ^ , 



rno LET, HEC 1 I ' ll i; 

X partly Turn. Bo-.i ..i .inrmiiisln d. 740 
Burdelti. av»>nuf; phone HlLin. I 



'\ WU.MAN S EXCHANGE. FOR, THE 
iV ilisposal of , needlework; -Jiandieiaft 
Mwl i\''v branih of woman's work will be 
iield In ih" \enmans iHiilrtinK m <h'- i"'! 
lair. Ladles Inierentcd may ptitaln fuller 
partieulars on aujjllcat(on' lo Mrs. A. E. 
Kiehards, iroTa'l" Oilc, P. O. ____ 



11^ 



-V\7« H^VE T-HK' ONLY ELECTRICAL 

FiOiJ.MH, VV itey-dUi>irffailfl|,* "'maTh'l-ni'-' in ' Vlo 



OW IS THISl-^WNER FOB<:ED TO.' 

go to ICnferanHTwnWSWl 1,0 acres bfsl 

land 'III Sa^nlch distrlci, W aires cleared. 
•M) in timber; Kood running stream; ..'I 
n,.wly fenced;.' for {2S0 _per "'•'■;•••■»-';; 'V. h 
lolning property cannot bo bought at J.Ti" 

■per acre. flox 3!13 Colonist. 

" AND Tl" 
hly buvsa 50X11'.:) foot nit 
in Parkl-ile. tjn'l.\2 left at C'-' P''- 
OlIn-rH at j;iOO and Sl'25 »mch -n ..i <<'., 



<m-| pr/Y— WITH ?25 CASH 
flp.JLOv month 

■ " ■ ■ niVv 2 1' 

,.„., »nd \225 »(acli 
Pemlierton & Hon., Oft KoVt.. 



LKT — HOUSEICBEPlNG ,, ROOMS; 
't-wo bedrooms and kitehon, 437 Bell- 
vllle street; opposite C. P. R- Docks. 



rpo 



rilO J-tEX=rii'UaNlSHK.D, LARGE BED 
i- room wltir use of dinlngrpom, kitchi-n, 
bath and icieplMMTW^ ^Apply IW-Uovcrnment 
street, James Hay. No children. • 



lorla for Yalo and postofflcr. keys. Insuring 
a perfect 111 always. H. M. Wilson. 014 
Cormorant. ■ ;' 

rnO SPEAK. FRENCH OR- GERMAN IN 
JL three months; imnirpvement on Berllli 
method. Trial lesson tree, UOa Stanley 
avenue, phone R1641, • 



■vriCTORlA BOAT & ENGINE CO.. LTD-- 
\ Boats and taunches UulU; estimates, 
repairs, design*. -Shop, Ail Uavid sirett. 
W. D. Buck, manager. Phone jod.- 



BOOKBINDKBS 



IB COLONIST HAS THE . BLhT 
^ eaulped bookblndory In tUo provJuce; 
the result Is equal In proportl6n. . 



rnnE 



BOTTLES 



"landscape GARDENER 



LAND.StWPH fTARPE.VKU- JAMF.-^ SIMP- 
son, .;•.'•! Johnson slrcft, phon,- RH^",; 
exiieil on"«ll garden and I'n-huid deUilis, 
1^'tw ITI g- an It- rfairlTTir— frmrt-H««w H»r-r_"»^-*- 
spinlaliv; law n» graded jiiuIllnlstiCiLJn "'"•' 
s.cond.'nr third I'luality, uccprdlng To co'a- 
Iract. 



LIVERY AND TRANSFK* 



■ ■ >ii,iii' 



leiirtlvv work-, or will 
ul.ouls of any persons 
addr^'Uiscs- are u"*'""'*'"' 
Btriet. phono 21, I 



W'AAi'kD A I-BRSON TO , 

VV tiro charge of a ''al>y ■ «5r>^';-.7","''''» 

Old. Kcply •tatln« terms l o Box 40- « "♦rr 

•n: iirr"~" ~'- — ^— ;-— -T- . 

Xv '^A NTFD Kvi'innrfeNi.'BD SKI RT^ 

"V\ , ftvr high cW»» la<3i''» tallpiirtB 

ker, i>54 Yat»«i _______ 

KtXlt 



1?\OR RENT- -TWO FRONT FURNIHHF.D 
. housekeeping rooms, one as btrd-sltting 
,Toom. other kitchen, --Kaa oooker, 'link hot 

and rold watpr, etc., bath, ♦« WftekrHttmcs 

TJVkK KN-|g34 Courtney^ -streifftr^-^— - ■ ■ 

T"~l}^ LET--FURfOS>iTUJ'~HaL''8EkBBP- 
-lnk.«e<HH», 819 Pandora avenut. 

t'tN furnished" liOUSEKK&PINGilOOMa 
'KJ — 9^a North Park street. 



ejTA.MPING FOR Kiiie Ifl VlVOUK ON 
>3 vour own material. Ordeca taken at 



JtTA.MPING FOR 

rour own ma 

Turner, 817 Fort 8tr;t-it. 



-Ij^OR SALE--F1SE-.ROOM MODjCRN COT 
x' taJ!e. end < car_lliie: good lii,wn»; has. - 



mpiil,""-!r«):: 
Colonist. 



~Prt4}e^^.OJ)o, 



lj,,<i (• IMl.B. 



i:,-\OR SaLE— A SNAP— LOT llQxlii; hjgh, 
\j no rock, close Is'ortli Waid park, 5f55ii. 



Box sen Colonist 

... . ■'• -j-.J.-..!- 



(IRQ iy(\i\ EASY TBitM.'^, 
^0,^yj\J ''cottagt'. one b 



V 



rr'tl^r .hV ^whcTe- r, -an n-21.^LT5F^i05"KKBErBR 

s whose In.lenllty orlW cuiiiherland atorrf must be expert 



8011 



Government i , ,,. 



HOTEL DIRECTORY 



JfAJsCOVAOER 



w 



Apii 



earn of two chtinreii. 



Simon Lcli 
,-B. victoria. 



.GIRL FOR 
SOB Colonist. 



V\)'AN;TKD--A WAITRISSS. 
VV minion Hotel. 



APPLY DO- 



TO LET— HOUSES 



lOLIH. FLUTE AND HARP- .MR. DAN 
, Greeii=;14ami-SeiAl- 8ol"l»L, and tcacli- 

Ki-, Royal ArlilUry Slrlnir^Band) and Lon 

don concerts, etc. 

.Richmond avenue. 



Desires pupils, 1065 



MRS. H. B. BAKER, TEACHER tJS'-ELO- 
cullon and (.-xpresslon, 1202 Vancouver 



sucet. 



\XrE U.VVE THREE OH FOUR PEOPLE qTUMP PULLERS AND ANY ■; 
-J'l -In th»ii-.orrlce .jitcry day_._-UmKlP6--ffltiO.__<juir<sU -t^r land clearing. 1 
houses to rent If you have one drop In p,ea trial. Prices and terms apj 



and let us hav,- (tarilculurs of It 
C.rlibb. U'JZ Hroad street 



irop 
RolM-rl 



\\taNT.ED-_A 
> \ bousewofk. 



1 .11. M.ii/ns Street. 



" aT'l kinds" of bottles wantbd- 

A Good prices paid. J'^to'-la JUnk 
Agency. 1620 Sto re street .-^ Phon.?._*- 

T^oTkIT'h umb~cOnt'"bactor and 

Jb builder. Plan;, and specincatlons pre- 
uared for approval. Estimates furnished 
Sn any class^Sf .tr^cturo. ""V:e8 Cor Rot- 
and Ave., and Oxford St.. P- "l. ""l——!; 



t"uNEY BROS.. UUiLDBRS AND fON- 
Li tractors, arc prepared '" /Ive prlO" <>« 
»ll bulld'lngand Jobbing work. X'honu fc79. 
We attend to you r order. ■ 

\ qHiRoroPY. 



VICTORIA TRANSFER CO. LTD:, TEL. 
12?. Best service In. the city. 



LITUOORAPHIJJO 



LITHOQRAPHlNG, ENGRAVlNO AND 
Embossing — Nothing too largo and 
nothing too small; your stationery is your 
advance agent; our -work Is uneijualled west 
of Toronto. The Colonist Printing and 
Publishing Co.. Lt( l. • T'^.- 

~ LO CKSMITHS AND MACIHM-' i > _ 

AFER, L. — OBNERAL MACHINIST, 
new parts of all kinds made In brass, 
copper and ateel. or any sort of metal. Ma- 
chine shop, 1"!» Government St. I'hone »3». 



iTWAKTBRX HOTEL— MRS. S. THOMP- 
A'-^'at^^h. proprietors. B.DThomp. 
*„n manager. Corner Carroll and Water 
ttrect™ Vancouver, B. C. Vancouver's Urst I 

hotel Blluatod In iho bea.^_»i._UiecUy^ 

Hoderniy equipped „^h.oughim^— TJ^V j yX^ nFAA 
iuncli a BpeciiUty. Europunu v»«"- • — "= ij^ 



emu.. FOR' OENMaAx; 
Apply MM. Owen Cppaa, 



\\\ 



I.— A 01 RL FOR LIOH7 HOUSE 
..k. ftK» HuPrrlor strt -it --'^^ 



N SMALL FAMUiY-. CoM- 
fortab lo Uoum. . c>jy : mu't l>o . fair 



w 



•ANl'Irt) — »a+-15— FAMl+rY— *U- RENT A 
lottag*-, ample ifrounds and every 



jrtn vonlo ncii- r s Uu a lfd n caP-J'our.Mile^ilotuic 



P. O. Box «67 V|ct<?rla. 



1 ADY9M1TU HOUSE. -TEN ROO.M'^. /^ RBgN HOUBEp— FLAT BOTTOM BOATS 
■*d — ^ Ul^Hl»H^a. t 2 b HIoIHH: f.O - II'l' nadoi- -^J-ToBr^Taaders. Itepr. meat safe, doj 
Powell and Flral avenue, Lartysmifh, I« «' house. In .totk and made to order. Joa«* 
__. . ■ Canltai CttrDent?r and Jobbing i i»ciory. 100. 



(or ■ good w h Is key. 

1>LACk"bUBN UOTELr— a. B. ^_ 



• tToo'k"; siitiM aK« aftd mp rt-tcre»c«». Box 



M 



RS. CAMPBELL, 
Fort •troel. 



'chiropodist 905 



CIVIL ENGINEERS AND BLBVEYORS 



» U NOAKES, B. C. LAND SURVEYOR 
A* C.. E.. Room 8, Lee Building. Bload 
..re^t- Tcltnh ona 377, P- O. Box &42. 



MASSAGB 



M 



RS. 



-EABS-MAN. ELECTRIC LIGHT 
baths; medical masaagu. 1008 Fort St 



Phono, B-1965. 



OI-TICLA^S AN1> OrrOMETBlSTS 



ed IB now open to Us patrons. Steam 

in. commodious rooms. n"l-cla». dining^ 

room best atfentiou lo comfort of guests. 

AmTrV-au plan Ji-UO to ♦>'•''%»«',, '»»>^„.^.:^:- 

aviiHue. , ; . . ■: ,,, • — 

T^lIIlMERCIAL HOTEL-CORNER HAST- 
Kj Ings and Gamble streets. HeadciuArlera 
tor mining and commercial «»«=»•"''.'„';»»'' 
and upwards. Atkins. Joliuaou i Stewart. 
Ijroprleiors. 



yoii 

i-iiwiieii ili»v houra of 6 and (i P- ni^ 



SOT 
1 



T-t O ALDOUS. C.E.— A« kindfl of civil 
1? , engineering and surveying undertaken. 
Hallroad lotailon and eonstruciion a spe- 
cialty. HOT Langley s tract. ,. 



^dIiYTH. A. P.. ««5 FORT— OVER A 
Jt> quarter of a centViry'a experience, and 
modern cyulpmeni at your aervlce. Free 
examination. Lenses ground oo preml»«» 
Phone 2259. . , j| j f 



PAINTER^ AND PAPERHANOKRSi 



/"•tORE & MCGREGOR— J. HERftICK Mc- 
\J[ Oregon. MgiC Land Surveyor and 
cwll .nginicrs. Chancery Chambers. P. O. 
Bax li2 Tel. A504. Fort Uaurgu offlce. J. 
j^. Teiii plcton. Mgr. '' 

K<5imHT*Q:^--*"L— BRITISH COLUM- 
bl^ Land Surveyor 622 Fort 'f*''. 
\ictorla. »., C a«l«phon« L-16<7. *». O. Box 

••Hi: • ■- , 



FRANK MELLOR— PAINTING cdw- 

traitor. M2G View street. Phone 1564^ 

en'ry' rivers— paInter, glazier. 

kalaomlncr and paperhanger. 7*9 *I»«;- 
ket. stret. Victoria, bV C Batimtttja che«r- 
fully given on application. 

PAINTS. 



EL DOMINION— WHEN YOO AR- 
jLJL rive at Vancouver take large auto bus 

re^llSe t"trieir"oi;ral^.}'iSir:t' f %j;J'^ 
■ F. Bayn es,- pruprlutor. -" ' . 

LODGES AND SOCIETIES 



Streel 

'ANIKD -WO.\Ia'n' ■•Jo' BUPBRlNTEisD 
cooking, small family; kUvbun maid 



w 

i;.-!,^; _^ - 

"aN'I- Kli— AS.SI ST AN t NURSE FO]'. 
Ktldwna CojtaKo Hospital, >«'«";>• jf" 
moiilh. State Muallilcatlona, teailmonlals, 
experience ami age Apply to 
Box 6!>. K'-lowna, H. t_ 



S""<1 . honie.,- it t- t'olottlsl-. 

NURSE 



NEW • m:»rsBs to rent pit 

purchase, vicinity of Beacon Hill parTi 
and Vancouver, street. Warburlon & Co., 
lOnr, Hovernmenl streel, utiatatlr* 



piVK 



REMiOVAli NOnCB-^B. C; tIARDWARB 
Co., Ltd.. have removed their farm Irn- 
plements. buggies, wagons, etc., lo 733 
Johnson street, cast of Douglas street. 

TOOLS R^- 

-,.« .—>.. — n. -Qgglng etc. 

Free trial. Prices and terms apply Tho Du- 
crest Slump Puller and Tool manufacturers, 
466 Burnslds road. Victoria B. C. 

EMOVAL NOfTSte^^IIOMAB CATTER- 
all, bullA'r and gcneial contractor, has 
rsraoved to W,:! Fort street, above Quadra. 
Tel. S20. 



.SEW *Ii-7t"0(. ' 
rj,^.!./. , — w ,., ,,.,>..B"e. one block from park 
iMilf block from /ear; halls and dlnlng-i-Qom 
panell.-.t aiLd burlaped plate rails, Wulll m 
sideboards ; full slaed basement; upslaii.i 
lilted so that two more rooms cdn be add- 
ed at any time. Pcmbcrlon . & Son, «U 
Fort st reet. _ -__ ; ^ . , , 



l>OR SALE AT (,"OST I'RICE, 
J'' from Victoria, 52 acrcar" 



SlX .MILES 

,,,„. __ „. , -. iiut raci i — 

new modern S-roQlTt irouiw, a l l conv ei^l^m; . 
four good wells and engine,^ I.'IOO appl'i 
trees,"', \ears: 20 nld In full bearing, ovr 
100 varieties of fruit trees, also Kood i.- 
ronni collage;- four modern chk-k' > 

houses and largft barr.s; 2, own innls .■; 
wood. Price »1 4,000; »5,000 on mortgai.. 
frtr -four years. Apply Fletcher, Box 100.,, 
Victoria. Also for sale, eight mllea from 
Atictorla 20 acres. 6 cleared with two B90d 
w-llB. 'price ,fl7S per ai-ra. - . — 



B I .«< 4v - U EPliRCU-ViiElJ — FftOM 



riVJ IffiNT -SIX -ROOM . COTTAOK. ALL 
X. modern convenlencoii, on Fort' atreet. 
Apply R oom 2, HOi* Oovfrnment siret-t. 

alO LET~.MODERN ■ 7-ROO.vr HOUSE, 
Hillside avenue, cloao to Douglas slteet. 
H. H. Jones, Room 20, Promla Block, Gov- 
ernment street. 



og 

^^^^ ...—., .- -^°^^h 

Capital Carpent?r and Jobbing FiiClory. 1003 
Vancouver and Yates street. _^_ 



N'EW BLtH4v- 
the original buyeia in Parkdatj- and 
now on sal. «t »200 pttr lot with ?2., cash 
„„d J1II monlhly; 50 per cent has already 
b.rn made by Invoalors In Parkdal'- All 

,11 iwo of the original 555 '""''x-',: >;-:;" 

sold. These two lots are ofrereri lor » L.O 
eacK on sami^-tfrm g. — ^'^"" '^f*;^ fc_fron,. 
,i 11 Koi-t street. " ; 



FOB flALB—WUSCBLLANBOOS 



IpoR yl^lCK SALE— PAINTERS STOCIy 
' cheap, good swing stage, palatJi o^- 
ladders, steps, etc. Just right to start Work 
or otherwise. Apply 404- Colonist office. 



rpo RENT— THE lO-koO-M HOUSE FUR- 
X lilshcd at I4S5 Fort street, for sis 

■ I m onlbs or ono year tiom September Itt 

aecrelttryrpi>in>ne 24»0; no small children. 



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CABPBlJtTgBS. JOINBB8. JOBBERS 



"r^"APifAir"t:'A f tPliSNTia"H a K T U ■■' JU BBI W ' 

\J factory. Alfred Jonea AH kinds of 

, Iterations. Job'blnit ;«'"■•''• "«2„y„Ti"R?/ 
and Yatea struct; ofBce phohu B,!011. K*a. 

K I»C. ■ ^__ 

■ CABttl AOE AKP WAGOy ' DEALERS 

MABLE, WM.— IMPORt'eR OF MAC- 
Lachlan bugglea, traps; cannot b» 
litaien for durability. Wwatoouaa IXT lotM- 
.i-in St. phone 13 28. . 

CLOTHES Cl^EANlNO ' 



A'O.Uti COURT.,NOHXHERN W^"T,- 
.NaT 8985, moets at Foresters Hall. 
Broad itfoaC atld aSd 4iU W«dn«»dayk. ^\. 

V. FulleOfjft^ aecrctary. ' - • ^^ 

"of'V No- I." far WEST LODGE. 
LVIdav K. of P. Hall. cor. Douglas 
Ij^d' PaliorY'tirwi^ i. L. Smith.' K. of K. 
and B. Box t**. 



SEARS, J. - ,- 

brushes: specialty of vrallpaper. 



VARNISHES 
the 
newest patterna Give mf- a^^alU Store 
1607 Douglas street. Ph one R-l-g84. 
mHE MBLRoiB CO..^TD:. .618, gQR? ST: 
"L Wdert&Ke ' aVJITy-B Ttt irey 0' ' "1" palllllm 
and decoraUng. business and tfiiarantes aatr 
tstactloit. : ' •'"'.-• 



K. 



7ANTED_W0.MAN to ■ CARE FOIj 
baby and do light |>'^"M«"''>= *""''? 
lik« her to go to Kamloop* lor vjliuei. 
At.Plyfi-.19 Andre* street, corner Jamea, 
evc-nlngs;' Victoria Weat. . 



NURSERY GOVERNESS 



\ yr A .N T EDuUA 

Ad\laldi!'''^tllmal'i; SlweeirThV hour* .^f 

11 a.m. aird' ^ p m 



Appl.V/^lrs. J. 8. H. Maison, Mouni 



rnUIRTY 



MORE SEWING MAGlilNB OP- 
ju .rit.nr* wanted. ^Kctric power ma- 
..hln. . ■ h.-,ur day. union wages.^ Bc- 

*,,,", . Apply yurner Bet-tvn * Co.. 

facto... ._. . : of Bb.sUoD and Wharf streisla 
Vlct04-4a.^ 



SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8. ^V^'^ P«^^ 
Lodge 118 mcets-l.t and a^d ■Wedhea- 
day IC. o" P- Mall, W. APP'eby. *«"»' .^^y- 
PrtilUwitj J. . -CrUohley. Sfcralary. SWney. 
B. C. 
gjOVS fi>F 



KistfH^?<b/.PRiriE OF ISLAND 



PATBNTI* AXD LBOAL 



ROWLAND BRITTAIN. REGISTERED 
Attorney. Patents In all countries. 1 
Fairfield building, opposite P. O.. Vanoou 
ver. -, 



/^ENTS- CLOTHES -^ CLEANED. , DTBD, 
Vjr repaired and pressed; umbrellas and 
parasols made. ■ repaired and re-covered, 
liuy W. Walker. 7ffS~XoiJnson St.,. Jtwl eaat 
ot Douglas. Phone L-1267. 



. , ;AH CllONtS=tADIB3' ^ AND GENTS' 
VV dry cleaning, pressing and repairing 
on short notleJt._ JlI2» Oov<;rnmcri*»ii»i'eei. 



\\ 



PLCMBINO AND U.ASFrTTING 



T^fliERT plFmbing a "\^tinq- cO^ 

yj Ltd For first class workmanship in 

^e above line give -U8 a tjiai. Temporary 
office 765 gro"gf'igJl^-J^'' °"° '"• 
T"X. ATKlsioN. PLUMBI.NO. »TOV,K. 
1\. . fltilrig. 2&4.4 Blanchard;. phont? R'»' '- 



i^d JTd 4^h Tuesdays. PresldeiU CV I^om- 
ew.^tctoria West. Secretary. W. Dawaon, 
Head Street. Esqulmalt 



WANTED— »REHSM AKl NO APPRBNTI 
^anlv Mrs. Angui, 3rd flpor 



' ccifc ^9}y M" Angui. 
•nc«'r-f .,';,;; - 



mo LEASEE" FOR LE.VO'fH OF TIME, > 
X furnished slx-ro»ini cottage, »11.. modem 
convMilences. near beach and car line. 
Apply 31 South Turner street, J ames Bay. 

AN' ST. 
.V .^.^/.... .. .." - - convenienc- 
es, large garden with- flowers and vege- 
tables, twentj-four fruit trees, thirty 'dollars 
per month or would lease lor one year. Ap- 
ply Victoria hotfel. ^ _^__ 



HOUSE To RE.NT— 1712 DE.NM.< 
10- rooms with all modern con 



TjlOR SALE— A KIMBALL- Si'lDLU PHAE- 
xf ton. heavy arid o.ade i.. orilcr; will 
last a llfellme; will make a low pilce. St.u 
J. S Elliott, 41."; Pioneer Bl dg.. Syat'l'-. 



HEADWl ARTER'S FOR FORT C 
townsite.- Mr. Child has gone l.. F.^rt 
Georgo and on his retui-n In about tw.. 
weeks will ioir you all about tho townslie. 
Child &. Co.. tO^Mi Yates street 



lS\OR SALE ON EASY TERMS OR EX- 
iJ chaiigi? foe lots; new homn unfl halt 



acri) of ground' tin bpach. 
Owner, .Munday's Shoe ston 



Price M,2i.O. 



CJ CITABLE FOR SUBDinsiON. SHAW- 
P5 nigan Districi, 320 



half 
way 



a 
and 



acres, near Ink?, 
mile -l—tiittm stntl,on. ' rail- 
main roafl run through prop- 



7,^OR SALE— A BREW,S-ER ItTA^.DARD 
1: size' pnrte.l boot. ViciiMi.i, ustd only Uv" 
months; latest design ;„ ••"•''»'''\ /'ij''''", 
men is; lined with heav;.' wi>e -oKw A^W; 
cluth; pole and shafts; a i>«rgaln. Address 
J. S . Eirioll. 415 Pl-meet Hid*.'. Koaltlq, 



r.-<OU SALE— ALMOST ,NKW 



LBAtMER 



go-cart. Apply Bof '»«, '' "'""''L 



1.-<OR SALE 
. phone F. 
morii»l. 



A SILVER IM.ATBD SAXA- 
flat. nt-arly new, the latMt 
Apply 521 Eillc<> l^treet. 



TO LET— rORNISHED ROOMS. 



TO'LET— rtrR?ftSfHED kOOM, PRIVATE 
famllv. inodei-^n new hoiise; breakfast 
If deslri-d " Til V. f. 2J(77,-321 .Mlchl,<:in St. 



LET — FVHNISWBD: BBDROtrttr 

bbarrt oDtlonai, . SS4 Michigan street; 
phon* 1.14 4*. 



rpo 



^pcnc«'r■f ,,'■;;, ;; ' ■ phooff 1.14 48.. ■ 

\X "ANTED— DRESSMAKlNp APPRE NTI- | ^v^ j^i.u FURNISHED ROO.M8, ALSO 
VV ces. Apply Miss McMillan, Srd 'HOwi^j y\ housekeeping rooms to let; electric 
Spencer's . .. . ., __-. I llftht. bath, hot . and i;old.--»I-S-«17 Fort^St 



r,10R SALB-^TWELVE - HORSK-POWER 
J* boiler and engine, flriii < laxs condition. 
Apply Parsons Brldg^ Hot, 
"TtOR S^JaB- AN lH.l> 



way ario iiirtm ........ .«.. .- ..-- ■ . ■ , 

ertv: also stream, pk-ntj' of walur and good 
land; small, log cabin. Prlc, $20 an acr.-. 
Toiroa to be arranged, .\pply ov^-ncr, P. (->. 

aE.v'^*'FRbNT.\GE, 15 .MILES FROiJ VK'- 
515 lorla; spbndid anchofaii^t: inagnineeni 
vhw; good land and water; nice bvaebe». 
For price" etc., apply Own, r. P. O, Boil; l»6lt 

HEADQUARTERS FOR FORI' (!i;i>Wi;i; 
townslie, Clilld & Co., Room 
YaK'S street. 



B 



NAP— LOT. .MICHIGAN STREET, l-O-XU'D 

f?ot- high; car- line, uear Government 

1^50; lirma Owner. Box 164. 



I 



carved Wndr Inlaid, li 
Broad street. 



. \R CHBSt. 
rid order. I'SU 



.,>OR 
4 
B r 



F 



SALE— ON;B 
h. p. 'engiii*' 



'so FOOT LAUNCH, 
F. L. Heck, Mayne, 



eiTL'AXIOXS WANTBU— MALB 



13309 



STANLEY Avenue,, phoni 



street Phone 
reiary LI34a 



PREVENTION OF 

V..... Office 12U Broa.- 

Inspector liussat. **>*'■• ••*• 



^i^..T)j^:oui£u^r^ 



XjTXPERI ENC ED 

il l wnn ' "'up biiC ' 

and profit and 'l"s« it-'- 



moderate ; 

rs. 



. I HB, ■! '' " t 



.11-vTANT will! rooms, board opt'ipnal; terms moatran 

^J^i^:^■lL^■■J:.■ .. -cLuar^nx-^Txctric. light ..a.nd.'._batlU._Mr 

( i -irrTir-rmlitinrg infi'iw , % < |»iAB, ii' .tt ' "i — — T ' ■ . . . p ' 

ounts for private •|;;^1^"[^»^_^. „ , „. T^,^ .. , 



traders or loan companies 
titst. 



Box 406 Coll 



T,-lNaINBRR WITH "1 1 IID-.I LASS B. < . 
ru ccMlftco,t» and goo.l piaetlcal hnowledg 
of gHncrators-and^ac. oiMuiatois wauswoik 
of anj- kintl. Apply liox 3M i oloiUst 



^^0 LET— COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 
front rooms with uso of kitchen It re- 
quired 328 Mklilgan street. James Bay 



mo lF.t-'NIcb sunny rooms, reas- 
X obable rales. Hotel Canada, 13IS Broad 
street. Phone L391, 



.-lOR SALE-MOTOR LAI M H. THE 
i' ■■GladVB.' IX feel long; mmost n««» , in 
first ,/iaM condition. Apply caretaker. Oak 

Bay boat house. : 

S'TOt'K. 
O. Box 

ANji 



buildings. 
Colonist, 



FIFTY MIL 



OOOD LAND FOR SALE- 
ffrom Victoria on- E. & N. Railway oAsy . 
to clear, tflose to good markit, UoT* l'* 
school and churches. Will Cut up li> *u« 
puich»s--r from K n acres up, land aajoinliig- 
held twice tli>; prlc I am aaklrtg. Alio 
good , aevenly-tive acr.- •f*t4.«r. «S a- gota* 
"onccrns. can show.- fif Uen i»< r cent .. ua. 
motley in ve.led. If .V'ul , (/'^an busine.s 
write for ivarliculari No a>-. nis n eed appiy. 
Box SS3 Colonlsf. ~ y . 



PORTI...VND 
1031 aha 
3ii5. 



CANAL 
res al 34r. 



MINING 

i; H . P 



.:<Cp1K^3bMXIiH-M&i&t,£Ji3dci, 



^< I T i« eH< W 
fj Colon 



Kl-lIll-illiX 



lal for aab 
Box 322 Colonist 



for 



imrtlculars.' appiy 



READ THIS— FOR y^ALB OFF THK 
Burnslde road./close. to l^irlago ml, t 
and proposed line,/!: pcres at 1200, a snap. 
Uolii>e8. Burnsldo greenhouses. Sli^wburry. 
vale.' P.O. / _ ■ ■ 



O mlle»''^''0'n Victoria on- main roi 



WANTED— MISCELLANEOUS 



POTTERY WABB, ETC. 



Victoria. B.C. 



- COAL AND WbOD. 



S'~EWER PIPE. FIELD TILE. GROUND 
Fire Clay. Flowei' Pots. etc. B . C. 
Pottery Co . Ltd.. cor. Bsoad and pandora 
Bts.. Victoria. B. C. 



^*":?I?!.„-.-: — — fTr'Bi'i'^'^Km'cArKu ': man .requires mo let -large co.mfortablb bbd- 

«^.,i-M-Mr> rn 1 n\/ CDTIQ ! M H uVV Herlial work, Binan at %uns: well X silting' room, extra bedfoftm If required, 

CONDENSED _ ADyERTlblNb ■>> ^^';„'^^^^ applv ho. lo. u^^j^^i:^^- ^^^l^^^'^l;::::^'^ ^^^^^_ 



POt'LTBY ASD LIVESTOCK 



A VERY FINE SMALL DRIVINO MARE 
i\ will sell (h.;BP or exchange f«r a. mis- 
er horse . Postoffire box tt.58. 
Vl'AN-rKD-^TO H-UY A. ,.WELL^BREP 
VV' bulUl.w pup. BAx. 407 <'olonlst. _ 



BURT, GEO-^DEALER IJ^ ALL KINDS 
of wood andt-^ia>al. Delivered to any 
part of city, at current ralia Phone 828. 
yards, 735 Pandor a. ■__^ 

C"^ -to TO J. E. GRICE TO GET TOUR FALL 
X orders. WOod piled In yard or lot be- 
fore culling. Measure guaranteed. In cords 
or over. Tel. 14D. ' . 

HALL & WALKER — WELLINGTON COL- 
llerles Coal. Comox Anthracite Coal, 
Blacksmith's and Nut Coal specially pro- 
' pared. Tel. 83; 1232 government S t 

l.N-GHAM. J. & Cd: -r OFFICE 1208 

BROAD St Coal delivered to any part 

of tho city at current rates. Phone 647, 

Wharf, foot Of Ciiatharo St i 

P'^'ArNTERriTEr'&'ibNS— COAU WOOD 
and bark of finest quality at current 
rates. Try our new and specially prepared 
nut coala. Phone 686. Office 811 CorpOr- 
snt St , ■ 



REAL ESTATE AGENTS 



rtUTHBERT. HERBERT & CO.— •'BAR- 
Kj gains Victoria Real Estate." _Irty«»V 
ments. timber and fruR lands «!« Fon St 
Phono 1610. Cable adilrees, ' Cuthbcrt 



:;^RIOTT * FELLOWS-REAL ESj 
late, loans, timber, mines and ncntals. 
Offices Vancouver, N^ ^'•'^"'S'i"''*''*.?"** 
Victoria. 613 Trounce Avenue. Phone 645. 



M^ 



rfnvELVE WHITE «'i'^:f"*l"«^,':|| 

X laying birds for »«'*•• ''^r'.,°."^„r?n^ 
brown leghorn; one- male, ono in 

20'i4 Betm«nl. ' -^ 



__ _ -TZr ,, „, .1 r oily limits, Ksqulinali road. Phone R U2.. 

trtXPERlENCBD TKAVKI.KR AND SOLI-j , __ __ ' ... .._. 

citor. Ilf*1lme exi 



E^^ 



uation. any CUpatlty 
nlst 



rvqulrOB .sH- J "L-lUilNlSHED ROOMS ^O LBT^ <1« "g^" 



1ST TOUR PROPERTY WITH A 

J flrm:~"Cr,- now 'hav the buyers r,-adv 



t,| g, e 
1 .'•"' 1 



Koi 363 C'olo- 



ENmNKKH OF A (iENBRAI. 



practical .*M>erien. . warns work. Ad- 



■(> 



itox anr,. 



bird; om 
cubator 



ORAV 

»u.»i.=._— " - ' Wight 
^hrtut 1 l!>0 ■? or ■» years -Olil.L:i»''Uud tts a 
bHrLnd Q n-lS-hten,^d,ora.O'jhln|,^ •«»•«' 
drlv<.r and cant he b«^- "•- "-I'verv. 
»2riO; phone .M136 



i,->UR SALE-STYLISH DAPPLED 
r mar.-. .brok«n Mngle-AJid^^dotlble 



at for (IHIvery, I'riet 



P"~OTT8, HOWJOtD A. O.— BBAL feS- 
tatp Financial and Timber agents. In 
business In Victoria for ovOr twenty yeara 
office 636 Fo rt street ; 

rnRACKSELL. ANDBR80N~* '^O'TTj^fi^^, 
L estate, timber lo,ins. rentals, collections 
Offices: Reglna, Sask., and Vlcttjrla, U. K^ 
TOfflce: X210 Broad St. Phono li^Z- 



.'ANTICD TO Pr» 
, . "seUcr pup; mti 
Apply Boy 363. Co[.'>^ 



iT^On SALE-— CHI 

' V Yorkshire swln. 



, HASB, A GORDON 
|l be cheap, tor, I'ash 

1. - '•- ' ,, •, 



CREAMERIES AND DAIRtBS 



ROYAL DAIRY— CREAMERY BUTTER, 
Ice cream, milk and buttermilk; re- 
liable tor quality and. purity. Dairy Ilip 
Douglas St.; or, Phone 1S8. ^ 



DRAYMEN 



■•': ■■ ■. •; " ; • ' ' BAilLMAKEBS^ . .^^ 

TEUNB & Bipro:.'"iXn.MlKiRl5 TENTS 
J awnings, camp turnlturo. Warehouse 
■670 Johnson , .St. Phono 79B. -. 

STENCIL AND SEAL EyOBAViyO 



icE PURH BRED 
both seics; }h« big 
growthii-iJiriy IhAtuifng kind: APn'y "■■- 
"hP. Hraefbof Farm,//M<)unt T.,lmle, U. 4. 



.A-'IVIL 1 
■Jr\. practlc- 
dress wllh par.titu laia ^ 

T,-^NULISfr MARRlKn ^"^■i'^^^,^\^^^^^ 
Hi V situatlonon raii.-ii 



wife, daily *oPk 
f Unionist. 



Ill private plac*-. 
h-iuseker^ul. Box 338 



zlcs street 
wlharf. 



Two minutes from C.P.R- 



LIST YOUR BOARD A ND R OOMS. WITH 
.us, Wal-burton & i2q., 1005 Government 



10 purchase I' l'"va 
.\merlcau Realty Cn 
Phone 21 51. 

VTTANTED— <XK)T> IMMl. 
> V Y(?ars, no i-hlbli. u . I'l 
fnrred. 410 Colonlsi,' 



. iliw 

r^ ijiileS' from Victoria on- main road. 23 

acres- PF*tty six roomed bungalow, recently ^ 

I painted' insldu and out. spring w at^r on 

Ihous*: barns,, stables, five chlcket: hotjses. 

^ I lOO'frult trees, 1,000 strawber.-les. fcitch.-n, 

'"'^ ''■ ' aarden. all small fruits, about six acr^s -.in 

- ibats and peas and seeded down to c over 

Canadian j JJ^ grass. 60 chickens, ducks, three Incu 




I).)Ugl.ia riV.'i 

.ii;'""GlKTrT: 
l;, . oms'le' pre- 



Slreet. 



■fTINrtinSHiWAN RE.JI IKK.-* „,,.|., - „„ 

iZj- ..^ r»„..h lit- ,vi.. il.nie «Uh ,aii 



siti:atjo.'>j 

kind of stock.. Hot ^■'•■> < o'""'*'^ 
\\'*ANTBD— sm•ATl^>.^ ON A FARM. 

V\ ■' H. M. pariion. 111. m.«|""«__^, . 

Ut NG MAN. WA M.--!, 
kind or as nig in ««' 
Cnionist 

A„. __ 

work. Hox 81' 



WORK 

hniaii- 



OF .^NY 
Hoi 319 



MARRIED MVN 
■ carelaker or iiin 



l-iFr^lRRS , WORK AS 
,,, . ,,r any light 
C0I..111KI 



.•^OR SALE— THi//rWJ«HBRBD^ WmE- 
halred it-rrier/pups, !»87 Fort streel; 
piione R2l»T 



P 



iRioR saTr-^wPT) TviiLKiNO t:ow. <50, 

X^ v. ' t".r,-itorv. /MlllStre gm. 



riKNERAL ENGRAVER AND ^STBNXnL 
VX Cutter. Geo. 
behind Post Office 



Cutter. Geo. .Crowther, 12 Wharf flt. 



—T rKANEY; JOSEPH — OFFICE 65. Wr^harf 



St r.'je.t. Telephone 171. 

\ 'ICTORIA TRUCK "and 
V Telephtsne 13. , • 



O, — 



.. U YH " WOR i BM *.. ■'• 



B'^C STEAM DYE WORKS— THE LAR- 
. gcsi. dyeing and cleaning works In the 
],:.iviiic,- i,imitiy orders solicited. Tel. 

"i,.i .1 .. H'l View, propr^letor. ' ' 



■TkAri. -; >;TEAM' dye WORKB-^318 FORT 
i stiMt Wu clean, press and repair 

iadies Hiid -*e?l4fnien-» gainients equal to 
t eW. Phone 624. 

: . >7'eTCJ Rl a"~ Tt L.V .M, . 1 ' - - '-'- >-' '■ ■ ' , „ ,' ' 1 

N For*, street; telephone 717. Ladles 

r. -rd GwftH&men s gar.iii.enis j:l«U»h.o<l. or..Jly<8.4, 

I'l KCTRICIANS- fti ELECTRIC SUPPLIES 

i '•^n''7v~'&. -"res'oN. ELECTRICAL CON-" 
V tr-ictors. Motor boars,- BasoUUa engines 
I'linne A-H46. 73ti Fort St 



SAND AND GRAVEL 

"crSAND & gravel' CO:-^FOOT OF 
J.,. Johnson H'- T«l. 1388. Washed and 
graded sand; gravel for <">"<•"«" J^^^^ ..^f 
llvertd by team or ou scows at Roy al. Bay,, 



tlujR SALE— .'Smooth iiAmEO. • i"X)X 

r Terries puppKs from English Imported 
prl-ite winning stock. Scotch Bakery, Doug- 
las street. 



\-ir.vS'TED BY A 
VV work. A 



Vi'r.'^''i 



\\\yNTBD-^ 
VV / the Oountrv 



»pply Hoi :^ 2it colonist. 
•ARPEVIK/i ' WORfC 



.MAN. STEADY 

('rtlonlsl. . 

IN 



BIS1NB88 CHANCES. 

.S 1 2- ROOM Kl'RNlTUItB 

oardln*--l«mse. . La«iy»mlth. B. C, 
leas, ,,ne xeai-, i..nl only 120. Cor. Badcn- 
po-will and First avenue, l.adysthltl;. B. '". 



ago An BFYs 

•JPOUU" hoar 



\Tl7ANTEb~THB VICTO 
VV Goods tSimpaiiy wll 
take In pxehang 



V "> u r 



p.i.\ sporVinc, 

.1 '^.iVher hiiv or 
liolgun iM^^llfle. 



bMors." brooders, good family cow and 
ouabtlty of farm .implements. A genuilis 
Jo'ng concern. I2:000 takes -Immediate po»- 
sesslon. Price 17,000, 10 year, to pay tb. 
bal ance. A pply J . K. ^Colpnlstott lce. .. 

PROPERTY WANTED . 



llirANTlSU IM.MEI'IATyi.Y—ONK MK- 
VV dium sized- dump carl In good r^pale 
Apply Box-3!>6 Coionlifi.; • 



\TT.\NTED AN OFFER FOK 

VV Amalgamaifd Developm.m 



W'ANTKIt 

>> .-riiiti..- 

W . ■ 

1.., 

;i! "00 \ WW'S I 1:! .' 
Co.^ 1 V V nil. „ 



l'i;i il'i.U r- 



\ I.I. 



iiv:.- 



shares 



.^pp'y 



E MAN WITH 

jsand dollars to take a working 
Interest In business. Apply Box 341 Colo 

nlst> , , ■ ' 



Y\'A.NTED--OFFlCI 
V V thousand dolla 



1 



H^OR 



Ai.i.i/ Itox Sta 2 t'olonlst 



SAi.E— THE GOOpWILL AND 

^ lonTenls of a 'JO-room board "and lodg-^ 
Ins hrtUse located within five minutes of 
lh«. post nfflce; has It splondld cufinectKin 
and. la always fiiU'v occupied. A tiplcndld 
onauxumUj' I'-"" someone to enter tliW lt,iie 
Tk business lii a v.ry reasona!>re cosi. 
Apply R '■ Lan d <e investment Agency. .^ 
VH>R SALE A. PAYING /ROOMING 
E house.! Apply 621 SI mcoe^ street^ 



957 ("olonlBi 
CITIZENS '1 



TO THEi 
Nam<;S-aifd addresses 
jcctlve s^'ttU-rs ' ■- 



\" |. 
want 1 .1 
horn, -bnyi 



_ 1 :i;.:i c' - 

. hn.Ml 'It 1; 
' Hat'ouo ^. 



'A" gi. " w pecllve sutlers and honv -bnyi r;. ""W liv- 

^ !^.^-nrg in ./British isles and Canada. ^ IM.-a.- 

working ^^d names to Vancouver Island Pecil..|;- 

metvt' League. 531 BioiW>ton »i re. 1 , N," - 

I0t4t Literature and full uK.nmati.in 1 \ >' iinpruMd 

sent to all names furnislie^i. '^'^ j proD'iiy. lb 

i 



I.l.oi M 
Vl.pl.l. 



iW 



T-A~viuai— Jco 



i:,vciiA."^. 

nil. ;. |.r.-.l' 



\i-i,;F.S' 

.,. ,_-i., 



llaH.jii- ot.^ 



Ill' 



L R 



IF YOU WISH TO DISPOSE 
law or theology bonks, drop me a. card 
and I will call on you. I will be in \-ir- 
"orla once a. month Edwlu . . Gnloway, 
new and old book store, 7«2 Granvlllo fct. | 
Vanctuver/ 



lOak Bay. 



BEAL EST.AT» 



B, CREALTY COMPANY 



BITL'ATIOSS \VA,NfrED -FEMALB 



-trOUNO -LAPV DF-^IHI'.^' j'O 

I cashl^r;\ :v»llghf knowledg.. 



I'OSITION AS 

book 



ol 



f^OUNO ENGLISH WlitB-HAlKBb TER- 

TPIi-TiTt— OTrlK'''-«W"3-'»8 Colonist. 



■yOUNC 

jl" 'i^k",r ' 



LtMVi;;N tlUA'l'.-* F«JK SALE CHEAP 
S ,\ pply L V..Odop»t P. O. Box IBI J'"y 



B. 



.gHOItTU.AMP. 



S' HORTHAND SCHOOL— UO'J flROAD' STS 
Victoria. Shoitliaiid, 'I'J'.pew'rlllnff,,^ 
Bookkeeplnf^XeUgraehy thoroughly, taught 
Graduates Fll goOd' poslUons. E. A. Mac- 
mlllan, principals ' • ■ 



E. 



gCAVEN OINO'^ "T^' — ~~ 

''lTn1£S — Tv- A'R bs CLEANED. RESI- 
dence 428 Cook ."^t. Phono 179J. 



T.-^OH SALE— EN'fJ LIS H SE-TtBR PUP- 
X' pK'S, Six months' old! Lo*«n property. 
-Bn qulre on Gorge. E. Carroll,, 



ke<ri)lng;i excellent Ji fc 
nlst. 



1!,iX :iff6 Colo- 



LADY 

^ good, cook, deal l-e. «";f.""" ,^J„J^.'*;„ 
eeper 10 BWtlomnn ..t . n.v " '"A'^rR 



■KIXPBRtRNCEp. M W;'*! '.'■■, .'V'.'J'''' 



T=»OOML''*G HOUSE T\T LADYSMITH, 12 
li rooms. Price MuOO^hreo year leasq. 
rent $20 bor month. Xoom 2, <1S Yates 



Btri-et 



ZJi'LENDlD OPENING FOR A ^OBER IN- 
fe du.trlous blafVsmlth and woodworne.r. 

Vc^n ''"liV|."'«;'r"'p^TOu^:.^. ^"n^'l^^ Wjoh"'"""^- '--^ 
O. Demers, ciiT.wood. Oak pel l Park. ITITANTBO— SCR 



.i^NTED— EXt:AVATINa, WELL DUi- 
glng and concrete -work. R, Alexan 
der. 2540 Third sirftot 



w 



I'hoi 



BAGGAGE PROMPTLY HANDLED AT 
current rates by tho Victoria Transfer 
Co., Phono 129. Office open nighty and da.v^ 

rTiTX^NTpD^'ro"^PW^KASB, OLD MA 



: I 1: 



HOICK l.V' 
Cil I lit In- 
Iti.OOii'. , aRp -' 
$"n pi.i- iiii-'Htli 
tln> iiiveatiiii-iii 



XI 



I'ri. 5 

rrf-,-i ..I."M' 



7Hf.,^—A^ • ~. imv\Ki.'\i 

hoiany furnltui-e. clocks, grandfather J 1 



Clocks, coins, stamp*, "tc. A- A- Aaronson.<^„ 



,.11, 



\*rVtinn 



old girl, WlSh"» .liiinlin" 
l,f,p|»..r- for -B<»ntl4iwnn '., in. in 

where tjit iSlflUV «:<ni;.l i 

Box, ,1gS V'offtnlst. 



■ y^i g l ' l ' J T H.Al ' tt " 'M ' .I ' n. S rt ' t *» . N t ' A*> * l ' W«il 
IJ nvoii'V and rt-V'Mpt. :bel*.<oti .1. H, A.i .\. 
atf.l iostoHlce. Roward o-.> rotuinhyt/ to 

Ci-ilf>nlBl office. . ;' ■ . , . ] 

" ' rTlCNCH , OF KBYS. FI.n/>K 1 1 
pliaSe return to Colonist office ai 
^cive' i-cwii.rd. 



VICTORIA 
1&26. qo 

Ashes and 



SCAVENGING CO.. OFFICE, 
vernmeik atreet I'.hono 6.6J. 
ubblah removed; 



w 



HNG ON. 1709 OOV'.T ST. PHONE »«. 



I TaWKINS a HA-YW^OO. -12« ■ YATES 
1 1 St ElpctrlHans; all kinds of supplies 

, urled" Installtttlohs and repairs promptly 
/•ended to; p.rlees moder ate. Ph one 848. 



\\ 



l.MPLOY.MENT BUBEAi: 

I . r . ,;, -,.--"■ --T I'ilo.Nl-; -i. 

GLASS AND GLAZING 



DESCRIPTION OF - GLASS — 



• ^, t-i'Y DESCUICi lu-^ wr - >ji.,<voo — 
1'. -lie sheet, prismatic, ornamental, 

^ ,';1,'t^--a'Eo-iTfirtm?--c^^^ 



aTOR.Vi, h \->i> 



•W:ARKJ«JX.'S1>'<» 



LtJST 
pl.-i 



-, OST— HROWN LEATHER PUR»18 
Xi- E & N. train- contalnintf SUtn 
mon,*y.' '„..Heward Box nSO Colonist. 



"^IsTKiBXifABV B()lii6o£iii" 




k 

Inv.ftii4 „ . 

PoBt"n:ioe.iQak__ 

tinil >vlfe. 

I,!,-. !• .1 lo. 



■ M . iri . : 



VV cook by young Kiiilif 



housemaid is kept; b""' 
pniRTfT Mmi«t Tolm.le. I 



^,'.itf,'I}|,'V^' 
sbwomiyft Wheii- 

clinracret, N 



O 



i>OR.SAfote-LAUlSDRY AND LOT. ON 

r Stm«Joe stre*t, block 2!., l"*. .^Vov.'." St" 
shape. Price ta.iOO. Apply li03 Gov t St 



■---^jrANTBO— TO BENT. 



FURNlf^UKW 
abpiit 
'bathr-io.m .^pl>l.* 



\\'AN'r.RP. ., _ 

VV pormaneni'; abpiit U »" .■■„„, ,.„ 
phoii. 1— ■>"•••"•" Aoblv Colonlsi Box IO.,t 



BEpnt>t!)Nf. 
.per -R'oek; 



WANTBO— SCRAP BRASa. t:^ O P P B R. 
ilnc; lead, cast Iron, sacks and all 
kinds Vf bcHles and rubber; highest cjsh 
prices ipald. Victoria Junk Agency, 1620 
Sto re tltrcet. Prioiis 1^36. 

1<tT|iue JEWELKRY. UIAMONDS. B.V- 
griTvln 



l.HlH' 

r|-^\'. 



T 



VeUt. 11c. 

I groiinilH 
I »l 'JOll, . 



., 1 1 ll 



Ul.lH 
|.. . 



riii..MiK 1:1 'VI'. 

tliri, .. 'niiniUi'a 
hlgii .|n<l "<'>'; 
ins »••'* cash, 
. iiicnts. 

!i>i»EirN Ht)USB 

i-v modrv'n con- 

l.-i;or«lcd, , WJ'i 

III irces, PrlcO 



Mi 



iiav 



!■ I- 



Apply Ho-. 



,TrATli''N "^' -^ Y'OUNfJ 
... „„okke,prv. „r do ortlcfl. work.. 

;ii;i Cnlonlsr _; 

' '.h u, 'HlTl.'A,-' 

Mini With young 



-a^OING MAN I.F.,smES FIRNISHED 
X room ln„privale house. Apply Box 3iJ 
.I'o lonlsl. ' 1: 

t'aPV WISHES ROOM- (Wl'm 
Va with-oul board I ; state terms an 
Hculars lo Bon 351 C.olonlst. 



AS J^RANCrSCO VETBRINART COL' 



Keanc. 1818 Market streOL 8.F, 



tXTA.S'TED BY A (H ft 
VV Hon to ckte for oi 

! people. . I!85 Colonist 
tTr'ANTKP-KtTUA r\n s 
rV ' lioi«B e W« "'pcr tn I l i tlU 
Widowers. .,' .17.0 Voloiilai -" 



Uge. "cilaiogue. mailed if*.. Dr, 



R. 



S. BYRN. 1302-1 WHARF 

,. . of, Ywtt?*-, commlS'Slori. al. 

housing, 'manufacturer's 
No. 10. Phone 994. P. < ■ ' 



ROOM AND BOARD. 



trr, 



.VS, WORkiNO 
of •bachelors or 



WOAIAN 



ouv 
sltimtlop 'as niirscTy 



TsTToTCH/ WISHES 
„r Avwing maid. 



Y 

AppIV 'ho x 318 foUu iJ at. , 

ir?=?7^HiEN(rBp 5"'n5NouKA^2!SIL«^* '■'' 

Vj „iib8tituic d^ talrii pf t'iim/itiit pia#a»- 



on 



"to RENT —NfCBLY 



W'^'Tish^^d ho^ise"!;"." «"^''' ' •f™',''^^',' ^>:„* 

voung married co'uple., about 1st Sept 
ply Box 2T5 Colonlsi: ; 



FUR- 

y - tl 
Ap- 



Mr». A. 



iga and pic tures bough'v and sold- 
A. Aaronson. 'Sy~Xohnson street 



PROPERTY FOR SALE 



1/ .M*iK. 
' 'J c.losV 
Fori . 



VICTORIA V^\Z^? 



-TERMS, ... 
, ai 1 Pembertitn ■&, Son.. -bU 



.'"itiTTAGEs ON si;*r- 

iiilnuli's' walk from ih't 

,j„i,ieiii In Rvcry 4v(ray , a'mi 

\ 1 ,iirvi.nlrn^'n'-'Iott-H4'4-4'ti!f-l6i*i^ 

I'linU- ii ?lilc*ldlfl ' home. PrK-i 

in -1111 It ''-"" ->"'''■"'''* "« rent, .v 



fl.'^Wii 
1, K I -HI 

.-Hi ;■ l\..nf; 
t-,Mi.i ,1111 . '' 
,-i1t|..t will 



II \.\l',-'i>.M 1 
I \V ' 
. iVf 



tilio.w you. 



TrkWUle^^^^TV^^ K '^ '■■' < 

paylhle with (lat) (tasli and jlO roontl?;_ 



ly. Invi*tors iiave already madi 
ijVnt. pjniberton.ft Sojn , fill Fort 



r.O p^r 



TO BETTT 



, IjoMd 
m26 

I)R AG ir AN P ^VXR El lU C .-il N '-;;^ 1 «• »« '> 
feet of lloor spncB. Apply W. W. Dun- 
can. 535 YBtes. P. O Wox ITf, City. 



yT. 



u 

11... 



oiiMS AND BOAUP 1-'^.;^LL 

till- clli : "I 



iiliiiilal. 



i-liarK. 

.^i 1 eel , 

.().M, 



Wiirlini 
tiliKiiili « 



,-rVrvTi;'rv~Bf''1SNf}LlSII '<APV POSl- 

\\-^ .V:. aa"anpanloJor romp«.lion.h^^^^^^ 

imfly. " BjHCtfJIcni .references. 



famt 

3SI 



mo CA.MPErifi-^OKB LAKE A By f-p 
T ri-nl wKh aiove,.-- cooking utonslls. cot 
m«tJre8S-r-W«-«vwviJl Of by week. P- y. Box 

WTfTr 

anient 



LI8TYOUR BOARD AND ROOMS 
ua Warburton & Co„ 1005 Opvei 
•Wcot, 



TEAS AND COFFEES 

TJIONEER '"^OFl-KE ' "& SPICE _ MILLS, 
X Ltd., Pembioku slrecl, Victoria, lele- 
^boiie 867^ ^ 



,\\ 1 : .-. I : 



I 



HAptP WARE 

V«7ni~K"o «,C6.— MARDWARE AND 
^ luirirultural Implement*-^ Corper of 
d Government Bts 



r.,111' lU.lCMAN TYE HARDWARB. CO.--5V 
1 Ltd Iron •teel. ha.dware.^eotlery. 30 
.; ,1 at -Vatea atreet. >-l>.tnris^ B .. C. 

wcommonfloiJ I'V U.o rii«li<-Jtl ijrofrsaion •" 
• •Af<»iui'rfl ftk'ainae ipl<wt!W^--> 'i! i f>t' **' -■« 



11 M HERS WANTEiJ. ' 

1 VV'^'^"''' '•^'^--'rRA '*ri RTti • 



yuH • sfji'rii 



TI>IBLK. 



/-tAPT. C. J. i 
\J lands, mining. 
P.O. Box 663'. 



r ci.mfo, table -1t"me: beat. Kngli*!! cmiK" » »i.aNTK\)— T«A'nif.mi' TTVn' ; f';^ ' ' ' 

-.Incite; iiiHrvled, with family 1" "(^^Vr., ',1, m' 
'liJ. 1.. ....nmenee after Slimmer vacation, 

1Ii)I.Lll;;t: ,;, 
1 Tel. LIIH'! 



Olllci' lllipeii 



m1 



HI. 

^Maa 



i(.ilicim;i 

, Room and 
Hall. 



I i..\ 1 I . 
board 



. lea to eoininene. ... 

-iilarv l.^r,. Write, .With- reft'i'-nces 

Hell house, aecretiiry-tien«uri-i\ 



To" LET-ROOMS . AND OFFICE APPLY 
ttJrTlO Fort Street, near Douglas R» 



BVMMBR RESORTS 



DIVE." T'WWJ CHAN BAY. JlOARD 

- -• 'ialnioii 



DEKP „. ,, 

anil rooms ajvnil labia' -foi 

.llslUng seoBjim At'ppb 

B^ 



FOR • ■' SALE - MODERN Bl.'NaAb6w 
outside cllv limits, half block from i-ar, 
three good lots. Price $3,5.)fli easy torms 
-9HS 



I )>li..y(>ii 

.I.,OT8 '. '-. 
-,.OUH .-ilLENDlD LOTS OS P>'>l' 
' street ali^ «0»t16. , PsRlC . U'-TOO; V . 
vi-ry' ca'iy. 



I 



IREE FINE LOTS, .C;t:)RNKR KIN'-LS 
i-oKd and Griilmm «tre»i I'rlcfe %>:'■'> 
each. Theljii are *_»" 



T' 



;isV. 



MTV> YOi;'WANii: T'l 



m.-^i- 



!i;i'. , 



lx«rN7rr*J«----i*jUT3lT)Bf^C'TTr LIMITS, snr , 

fe room modern cottage, two lnt-K.-R'l». I 
orchard eta, on a Oorjm'fP; bJiautltuI Vlflte-iiL] 
?hV city, " "'"' "* "•■* f*riBa. . Box 8»0 I 
colonist. 



■ to,, on a oornpr; ocB,in<i.ui ,«*«-— --, yj\j 

.»i,a»0 oh eW teriBJr. .Bo* 8»0 i^^^ , 



SCOTTISH REALTY CO 



Challoner 
Best bank. 



le' -for the / 
^. Plglifeii./- 



■>bn S-VLE— 21s ACRES OF L.\Nt> WITH 
1^ lake khd a large deposit of jt"'"'",""'^ 
analysing !>S P-r i*n\. carboiiai' 1 

property fronts -on ibe V,. ,v w"> 

BkMiRBlde of station and .ne:i. .'.'.'" 

Kxm Miiterlal been- Icsled l..\ I hko .v I o., 
London. England, for c.meni, and hiiM 



hcc; 
\\: on 
Foi 



Block. Ynlrs stil-ett. 
Phone 1408. 



or 1 nl'!'-*l'.''» 
1- »S,000; 'i . 



thei'r""cprirnc,^te for sanie^^ APiHv,-'- 
worth. 17 Mile Post; E. & N. Railw 



IJNDKRrAKINO AND EMBAOTING 



C. FUNERAL FURNISHING CO,. 1016 
Gov't St Tel. 2235. 2230 . ,2'23.. 2288, 
2239. Prompt attention. Chns. IUy>v^ard, 
Pres. : K: Hny^-nrd: . Sec, : F. Caselton, Mgr, 



B. 



T 



J. " HANNA. UNDERTAKER — PAR- 

Inra fi2n Viil.a St. Gi-.niliiatB U. S- 
1 coll, Be of l.;ml.nlinliiK cm 1 1 B4t 01- to H. M. 

•ftN-avyr-tK-mi* 



w 



s 



.< ,'> 



T, -■ 017' . . -.MF.N'I 

SI,. , 1 1 ...so pnrllamenl . ^ ,.*. undetr 

nev,' fnanng'i ineni. Is phu''' for home ''om- 

foits, tils. •':''•''■ l,.»i.ed: SUCH siitlsfacHon,! 

w-i'iill' _,! --J- 

1 OUHR- 
I 11, Lei, , La^aalcy a i i'c«t»...'t>S'- 



A4JKNTM' IVANTKD. 



iJeNA VISTa'tIIOT^L. <,;0WK!HAN BAY 

under hew /ruuiagcmefit. good hoaling, 

^«,hlng and flalflng. Hotel .ttrrlaKem./- Is 

. ...,,. i. .. ,, rti ^ 1 lull 7,11 Lei 111.1 



1111/- Is 

'/n>\i- 



-f >ARI<:D.\LE-r-»20n. »I.'.0. A-NM' 
1 loi pnynble with $25 cti- 
monthly. 3> blocka froin ch 
,1,'lve Voii ool at 1 ■' or 7 'p.m. 
Peinberlop & .•<oli ■ '' ' -* 'o''' 



\Vl IL 



1" :l ill. 



m- 



RicJll^T" caEiS CVVLT'VA-i -, 
urge n-.ini ivill I' .i!-,1 KC TOns ! 
U-room lious-: large tr..ul creek ri nii- 
..'thriiUKh- property; sliUiMVl'" 0" c" "^ ' 
.tidlliir- biiit-om land. A fine dairy l iivm, 

'"'" Ql\ ACP.F!-:. 



■b>.i 



M'RI'.hS Ct'LTlCAi'ED: I' 
! rmtvr. I.ulid is .i 
li i^i'-in.-ot:, _ liHt-n,; ei, 

'•r-^ I ■ . . ■ - , , 1 : , 



i-IXTR \<>IJI>I.\ARY SALE OF ALHKHNI 
VJ lot* HI beaullful vipw lots, on lb' 
,-emarkulile t-rma of tl down and Jl 
weeklv I'liee $100 each. TheSI? ai'e cloa. 



iiiH ' 1)11 i I «■*>■' ' »^" •'■ 

-i*jl,_Ii«»-.„*ljulJi^, Ull. al 



piiali 

UiVCUloo ll 



W'.Vntep-'lnsi 

\ V i-oii ciintnij p: 
nr In ihe provlni ■ .' 

repleaellt' H" Ull-lo-di 



KiL uy 



Luluim; 



iilliniel 1 111 



1 i pany, Head UKlois Mouini.-*l. 



to -rl sill 
.\ai';ii " 



1 1 1- - 

t i..*o 

-iiiMTin* 
pait;;. 
i.'oin - 



.i.i. 



I H,;.'KI.A.ND I'AKIv, S\ t.tM l-cNl. 

' » and. S.-aairfe summer leaoil 
nu.-ata ■ 'W..n llales Jl.OO' per 
ilrlmmer — -— r- 



../•honl : 
alakeil ofl 



eaav 

Writ 



.1 at; all le 
■'■' CoionLti 



el :inillt 



DiBHHA 
road 



ed. 

ulv- 



,,;. ii.i! ■ ESQLIMA/t road, 
.K«+i«^'«ard*n. bcautiWiHy aliwat- 
near arr^ On cai' line. Tcfm. mcldtr 
Ptu.n. 1.7iC.- 



I . 



>AltKDAI.K 1- 



ka 



off.eved at 1200 Willi 
monthl.v. Invaiora Ini^ ... 

n,»r cent on lots purcha»<>d thet 
jt,,il.,n k ^on. 611 Fori sUeU, 



I"|-lllrl 111' 
,ll\l'2'., 1..I. 
Mil .i nd . $10 

ii 1 1 ead.v' tifinr'-" 



HERBERT S. LOTT 



Prni- 



riiMii, 



rtn K 



jliaigalii 






■■'^.f 



T 

I 



turi( 



Saturday, Auguot 20, 1910. 



VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



REFERS TO NEED 



OF 




^shop 



DuVemet's Remarks in 
of Diocese 
Theological 



practically the samo. There la a com- 
iiion board of examiners for divinity 
clcgreea with reprcBoutatives upon this 
board from all th« /thoologloal col- 

logfS. 

■"Ktirther in this oomirion atundard 
iHet by the church as a whole thorc 
is a Crunk rt'cusrnltloii of the dlfforcnt 
schooLs of thought In the church. t\\\» 
Is done In thf wii-y of allcrnutt' text, 
books. vStlll furlluT if a ciuulldati;! 
chooses cei-taln text books as allowed, 
the exurniiier Is a iniinl)('r of the 

thf> teaching: 



Charge to Synod of Diocese --^J;;, Sh^'^vI^S \l .. an ous. 



^ 



17 



All 
oni' 
to choose 



of Calecion 
Colleges 



■li.ii'Ko to the 

.] 1 'iih.'donla, 

111,' luHovving 

.iiganl/.ation 



wiiicli 



In the course of lii.; 
synod of the dioccnc 
Bishop DuVerni't niuilr 
reference to., pr.ovinciii 
tind iheuloglcai colleges 

"Turning to lualicr.'^ 
the cluirch In thi.s pr">- i-' • . ' ' ' 
report tliat a torw.u.l ;■,' 
taken within lli'' i i: ^ ' ■ 
the way of prepaii:.;; ■! •• • 
of i)rovlncial' urgaai^Mliun. Wliii 
have expressed myself on furnKi 
casiona as In favor ii i ■ niaiple 
organization, as t)0.s.sil'i' , .i .enis 
under the coiif-i .in . 
Synod, there i.; \v< ■■'■■• 



organiziuB tliai; ui i He form ni ;> '''"'!i,.)L ■! \iii 
vlncial synu,;, i. M'/.ing this. 1 i:.ue,j^ / .^..^'^ 
atteinpled in drali :i . . .nstitution for j 
a proN'inciul syn.i.l w hi>h, while *<"-l'"'" | meots tli 
.guarding our diocesan rljjhts, will al- i ••'p) 



sLi'i) whieli nnist commend itself to 
all broad-minded churchmen to allow, 
in a collcKe professing to !)e a Fro- 
vincial Instltutioti tlie leaching upon 
eiintrover«lal sulijecla wlilch is em- 
bodied In jui'thnrized alternate tait- 
bouks ; toljje- given by iirofessors In 
sympathy with, the views embodied 
therein. Such/ teachers on contro- 
\'er.slal subjects Iteing supported liy 
\'oiuntnry contrllmtjons of interest- 
ed donors. Upon audi non -controver- 
sial subjects as Old Testament. Kx- 
i-'gesis, the. Canon of 1-Ioly Scripture, 
Apoleg:etic3, (Christian Kthlea, Homl- 
letlcs. Klocution, etc., tiiere can be 
. united actl(in, all students attending 
"'(lectures by the same professors aup- 
1 M.u-ted'by the whole chureli. Tlie only 
i^ -'.rious uiijiictlon whicli I l.:i\e lieard 
m I I'aised against this schi.'iiie is the 
that ; 'lupstion of residence, tlie spiritual 
, _!';;;'.' >'f :i)i iii.stltution i.s .is potent an 
,, i ;. II, . ,i,s lei'turiim .\ ■l)oar(Ving 

I he stud.enis, liuwe\'ir, i'-; 



■feet 

, ID 

' '11 



leiL ,■! \ii,i! p,'u-t of a Provincial r.,\- 

.sinu'le e.\iie(i!enl ef iw.i 

i residences, each wltli its u .\ n (iean; 

Ejection. 

• line would h(> tlils > 'iw 




jmaiisS^MT^' » c >« ^^ „ I 



7 



Siminatloii of Xiv.9 Fatalltiea. 



low US to take united action as a j •_/^fjgii, ;, ,, i '(liuml)ia' 
church in ariliab i^'olumbia. The j th6 Provincial u;,, 
chief wiok .assigned to a provincial han<i8<>"i*- buildiii--. ' 
synod b.\ tiie General Synod is thejgrounds, cont..:i; :.- 

subdi\idiat: of dioceses and. the ap- j ^ 

la.'iiiiing oi bishops. Naturally, this 
vast niis.sionary diocese will be the 
region most affected by this If vve 
agree to the formation of a provincial 
synod, therefore in the draft, which 
has met with the approval- of dele- 
gates from the other three dioceses in 
this iirovince who were in Vancouver, 
July ijtjih, and which 1 hope to sub- 
mit fiu- \ aair consideration at this ses- 
sion ,.1 ih, -:ynod, a clause is inserted 
\\iii' h vviu protect the interests of a. 
missicmary' diocese- founded by a. mis- 
sionary society. By resolution -of the 
General Synod the whole question of 
the formation of an ]i;c(d<5siastlcai 
Iirovince of British folumbla deptiids 
upon whether the dioceses involved 
"desire to form such." As we hope 
til liave another session of our synod 
in September of next jasar, we need 
not take final action now, but we 
should fully ijlscuss the qutstion. 

Th'Sological College 

"Another matter of Provmclal Im- 
portance which has given ' me most 
anloua thought Is the question of Theo- 
logical colleges. We are building for 
the future and wo ishould build wisely. 
We have an -©pen field before Us. The 
Provincial University "ainJ the two pro- 
posed theological colleges— St. .Mark's 
and Bishop Latimei", are stiil- in a 
state of flux, nothing as yet crystalized. 
Surely no words can express "the ii,n- 
portance of starting rijght. Let fne 
repeat what I said in fhy charge of 
last year-tfir these words suggested a 
possible solution to a roost dlftt^ult 
problem: 

"Tjre^omprehenaive cba-ractef of the 
Anglican church is it.s glory. . Within 
certain liniits men holding divergent 
theological views can yet. be loy.al 
churchmen. This being the case,, the 
only way to ensure harmonious action 
between men or dlff»*rent schools of 
thought is by; frank recogitftlon of these 
differences. It so happens that the-jpre- 

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brary, reading room, convocation hall, 
etc. All lecturers to be delivered In 
this college, with two adj,ieeiit resi- 
dences — "St. Maj'-k's hostel' with a i 
ward+"n. and VBiBhop Latimer Kali' 
with a principal, liuth men being not ,i 
(mlv deans in residence, but members 
of 'the collego stair of lecturers, 
students would register at th« 
eolloge but would be free,-- 
tlieir residence, and alternate set ol . 
lecturers on certa.ln subjocts. 'J here 
would be a common board of exami- 
ners, as outlined anil a diploma is- / 
sued by the one cnlb/ge. ' 

If untrammelled bj* tlie assoclatlouH 
of the Kiist we in the AVest can at tlie 
very toundation of things agree heart- 
ily "upon some such broad' and United 
policy as .this and we escape the 
Bcandai of two rival colleges, we ahi'ill 
be setting an example ,■ to . tbe whole 
church In Canada which will redound 
to the glory of G(k1 and the advance- 
ment of His KiMKdom of Trutli and 

Love. 

Indian Lands 

li, rrKai-.l t- III- lliillan laml MM- 
Una 1 aviaihl m'k- Hu; Kr..'Uliil Ibal lie 
Indians .n- v. .ii.ls of the Dominion 
Government ,ui(! Lnat if they have an> 
grievances it is for tlie IJominion <-.o\ - 
ernment to talte til. their cause with 
the Provincial Government and see 
that Ihev net their riKbts. T deem it 
Uliwi.'^i' ■iiiil II liM'-ei'Ss.i I '■ I ' ' 
mliul.s ol lie lal'Vi. .i;-' 
Indian" bands- tbrougiioiii 
by circulatint:; petitions 
ih. PI ■ ■ ■■ ' ■ 

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-that-H^ clergy m. 1 1 1 : - 
done this. As a 
pealed to the DoniiiMun 

_Hfj^„r-w^vRd. the asatu-an 
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ME/ABEfe (?AKA.t.lA.N MINING 

INSTITUTE, GRF.ENV,tiX 

OLD MECA.1.15T NO!rrH"EN&- 

UKND IN3TlTUTr<"MlNlN&- 

rUi^t NECKS igoH 



Southern British Columbia' is of one 
kind, and the prevailing type of church- 
manship in Northern British Columbia 
is of another kind. The first step, 
therefore, towards ujiited, action is a 
frank recognition of this fact and th-e 
establishment, of, a feeling of mutual 
confidence. For this reason It is much 
to be regretted that an attempt has re- 
cently been made to form a theologi- 
cal college for the 'whole pravince 
without any consultation with the au- 
thoHtles of this Dlores as to a basis 
of agreement, anp wltljout any guar- 
antee that ah the teaching staff of this 
college there will be any roprqsenta- 
tive ;of that school of thouglit wblch 
predominates In this Diocese. 

"The solution suggested by these 
words may under God's blessing yet 
he accepted. As my_ words upon this 
vital question will be read far ^nij 
wide by those Interested on both sides, 
not only in this 'i)rovlhce and ieastern 
Canada, but also in England, I shall 
state even at the risk of being some- 
what lengthy the piisltion which I have 
taken. It will, be remembered that thla 
synod at its last -session confirmed the 
stand which I' then took by passing 
the following resolution: 'That this 
• synod declines to recognize any^^44Mjo- 
loglcal college as being for the whole 
church of this province without this 
synod having dtie representation,, on 
the governing body of the same." 

"This wtls at once riietby the $nt»- 
.' porters of St; Mark's College offering 
to rescind their provisional constitu- 
tion and give this diocese" proper rep- 
resentation. After consultation with 
our diocesan- delegates, Rev. J. H. 
Keen and hiyself, this principle was 
embodied in thp new Constitution. 
Th'er. • mairied the still moris dif- 

ficult , 'rt of a representative on 

the teactilng staff .which was mention- 
ed to me as h second matter of vital 
Importance. This led me to suggest 
to the authiirUles of St.. Mark's <.:ol- 
iege a scheme' of^n-affiirjilM school 
in which lecTur ps ori coiilKiTg r s t al SUT )- ' 

•Ejects would : ' '11 by professors in 

sympatii;. \' line of leachirig 

imparted. No! heiag aisked to act for 
those at A'.ne ouver, who were pro- 
moting Bishop Lfi timer College my 
suggestion took the form of an affili- 
ated dio'ccBan Institution taking the 
students of the final ye.ir for lectures 
on Eccleslology, on the doctrine of the 
church, the minl.qtry, and the Sacra- 
ments, lint 1 ina.b- I his suggestion, 
which \\a.<; fre.e|> ;i- < epted- by "St- 
Mai'k's ('olles'r. Willi liie earnest hoi>e 
that it mi.rbt upcii tiie jloor for the 
affUlatbi: shop' Latimer (ol!. 

_an slmil 
A few 
to meet i he 

of ■ bfvth V. ii ii oiii 

delegate, ^ ,. W ' 'ov.aii, 

present to ..su-pport .-KotiHii -; 

are .'!tlll In T"'o!-re- 'in fori;, 

actb'i ' ■ 

lleve I' . :- - . - 

a measure of , co-operation. i 
I could nut bo doing the can:-. 
and b. I lie I,'. ,"■.■'-' 

outliio- III' : 1.1 ' I i •■ 

are endeavoring to bmbi, 

"The ofiurch throughout tin !■ 
minion of Canada by resolu: ■' - 

General S^■nod has agre. i > 

lommon .standard ku'- The' 

Preliminary:^ Kxamlnati ibdy 

Orders.'; All the theological colleges 
of whatever type of churchmanshlp 
acce|)t this, an/l the ground covered 
In the different courHi's of study Is 



At th« 'ilBrt Wfrtiftap-of the North 
Stuffs. Mining Institute, an Interesting 
paper, prepared, by Messrs. W. Charlton 
and F. H. Wynne, giving a. summary of 
th,e report of the committee appolntod 
by the Royal Commission of Mihes to 
Inquire 'Into the causes and means of 
preventing accidents of falls of ground, 
underground haulage, and in Shafts, was 
read. In the course of the summary H 
was pointed' out that the report sug- 
gested that the greatest hope of further 
diminution of mine fatalities lies in the 
direction' of more sufficient support of 
the roof and sides, and in improved 
methods of working! It was, howpver, 
realized that accidents from this source 
•must in spite of •precautions, always 
contribute to the total death-roll to a 
larger extent than any other cause. It 
was suggested that the greatest danger 
from falls of roof does not necessarily 
exist where the roof lit worst .in the 
common acceptance of the term, viz.: 
the sh orter a nd mflre broken" the stone 
the more liable to fall,, although minor 
accidents fay be more frequent,— for ^»n,- 
der these conditions greater care and 
closer timbering is called for, and when 
falls do occur they are not of the samo 
magnit'ude as In the case' of a stronger 
roof: ■ A table waS given showing the 
death rates from falls per T.OT)0 persons 
femiMa ' ygadii'ritig ' rh&' pe r iod ~6t ' .f f> 9T-TWf 
in the tweUvj Inspection districts. The 
ayerage for ■, the United Kingdom, was 
ere, while for the Stafford district the 
average was 0.99. Dealing' with the 
.supporting of roof end sides in the case 
of thin seams, or seams of moderata 
thickness, when, fiat or moderately in- 
clined; the coiiimlttee suggested that 
there were ¥ome cases in whl<?h mining 
engineers tnlght seriously cynslder the 
advisability of adopting reinforced con-' 
Crete. It was also noticed tjiat the use 
of notched and grooved tln'ibers is mttch 
more general In South VV"''**'^"'^ soma 
parts of Scotland than in. the other dis- 
tricts of the United Kingdom. The 



Kew District Being Opene d tTg. . 

A mining A-enture that means the 
opening up of a new locality in this 
grneraL district Is announced, an east- 
ern syndicate, represented By'Tercy Jr 
C.leazer. and controlling fourteen nrtn- 
eral claims situated • at the head of 
Mldgo. Mill and Nine-Mile creeks, com- 
mencing development ^VOTk, This dis- 
trict, which la of similar formation to 
that of the Bayonne gold camp, was 
prospected to a certain extent ten year.-s 
ago, but since then has remained qui- 
escent. When It becomes better known, 
it will doubtless become a good field 
for prospectors, the present development 
being another Indication of the expan- 
sion and extension of the ftilnlng indus- 
try _in_llil8 country. The syndicate re- 
ferred to has placed a force of men at 
work and is at present opening, up tlve 
trail along Nlne-MUe creek. It proposes 
tio carry on extensive operations upon 
Ija property. 

A'urora Mill. , 

Men a re , now excavating for the 
foundation of the riilU which is to be 
built at the Aurora on the west side of 
Moyle Lake, and the directors are clos- 
ing a contract for the machinery. The 
mill W.111 be rushed to completiisn 
early as possible. '*V 



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Are Leaders in the Art Preservative. Carry the Largest and 
IBesT^Assbrtea Stock in tt^e Provtnce, the^&eatest V^riet>^ and 
Most Modern Sty les^f TypepMaterials 'and 'Ma^^^^^ 
with. Good- Workmanship and' prompt attention to business, we 



' A New By-Pioanct Coke Oven Maait 

The Uethlebeni Steel company has re- 
cently olosetl a contract through MeSjsrs. 
Frederick J. Meyer and David B. Canse, 
of New .Yorit, With the Dldler-March 
company, a concerrr-whose stock is large- 
ly held In Germany, for the purchase of 
a by-prod.uj;t coke oven plant^ which will 
be capii b l^ .of' ^BR W Vtf a t >(;ul '4.SWiun« HJ.f 
coal per day. and an ultimate capacity of 
about twice this amount. It Is under- 
stood that the ovens used will b6 of the 
double under flue' type, e^n arranged that 
there will be no reversing , of the direc- 
tion of the gases j>r the^ products of com- 
bustion. The ovens will" have a capacity 
of about .10 tons each, there being In the 
first Installation four batteries of 75 
ovens each, or a totalof 300 ovens. This 
contract was made In the Interest of the 
Berlin Anhn'ltlsche Aktien GeselTschaft. 
of Berllri, Gerinany. and , the Stettlner 
Chamotte Fabrlk Akttqn Gesejlschaft, of 
Stettin, Germany, These concerns are 
tlie hirgest manufnctureraln Kurope of 
gas works, tran.smlsslon machinery, by- 
commlttee thinks that where dlffU;ultj!4-prt)dUct jipparatus, (*nd refractory ma- 
terials." The Bethlehem plant will, 
therefore, be of the most modern type, 
with the latest machinery for the hand- 
ling of all materials. It la und^rsftood 
that there will be Installed a new process 
?or the dtr'ect recovery of ammonia, a 
large brUiUcttlng, plant, and an apparatux 
for the distilling of tar. The-jooal stor- 
age will take care of 30 dayh' consump- 
tl;m at the' rate of 8.600 gross tons of 
coal per day, or sufflclerit for the donbl- 
I'ng. of, the plant, which will soon be built. 
It Is reported that the Interests building 
this plant are active competitors for b}- 
produets plant.s In this country; 



arises In supporting roadways, owing to 
side pressure, such timbering Is moat 
efficient, and that It might, with ad- 
vantage, be more generally applied. 
, The report of an important strike at 
thcf Mother Lode-gold mine on STieep 
creek Is confirmed- by William Watson, 
consulting engineer and gpneral mana- 
ger of the property. Mr. \Vat8on states 
that the TOO-foOt tunnel on the fifth 
level, .driv'on with the expectation of 
"crosscuttlng the main vein of the prop- 
erty at "a depth of 480 feet' had finally 
encoimtere.d the vel't) at the point ex- 
pected. The ore he states' was; similar 
In quality to that on the Wgher leyols 
and tho' vein was evidently continuous 
to that depth. The proving of the main 
Mother Lode vein «it a depth Of. nearly 
500 feet la another Illustration In keep- 
ing with the whole history of the camp, 
of tKe continuity of the Sheep creek 
velifis at depth. The Ciueen vein is slin- 
tlarly being developed on the fifth level 
which is 180 feet below tho-level of the 
creek and four levels tap tho main Nug- 
get vein. 3,000, feet higher on the sum- 
mit of Nugget, mo.uhtaln. the lowest 
level beinfe due to pass ;uniScr the aiiex 
at a.I.depth of 500 fdet. The. Mother 
Lpdo is a property being operated, and 



are^-thus enabledHo-gtiarantee p erf ea satisfaction nr^H work we 

undertake to turn out. 



of Cobalt fame, iS oipo forty men a ra 



my pri\ il 

pi'oiieo 



carrying ■ foi-ward . development work, 
under J. C. Moen as foreman. The first 
level Is a drift from the outcrop, but the 
second, third and fourth are crosscuts 
to tlTg ,vvla,t ngr o * being long drifts in 
either dtreetion on the third and foutrh 

'le<-..1a. ' ,' 

NipiBsing Mine. 
■•.Nipisslng has never looked so well," 
said K. P. Earle, president Of the Nip- 
isslng -Mines company, and a director of 
La Hose company, who has Jus'f re- 
turned from Cobalt ."VVhl-le the latest 

bit development iS 00, No. 64 vein, on 

-I, where pie vein shows 
lib of solid high-grade 
I s estlmale-d to av. - 
<i to 200()_punee.s' I' 
ire important tluui 
lie nts, on the prop- 
has improved 
■ nnnnd"level- wff 

- -lu-e ore. i 

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RUMAWAY BEAUTY 

Tarvgier Romance Which Had Inter- 
national Features to Have Happy 
Ending. 

TANGIER, Aug. 19.— The romance of 
the beautiful runaway daughte^r of the 
doctor at the Spanish le'gatlon hero Is 
to end, as all romances rightly and 
properly should, with wedding bells and 
tho prospect of "happiness ever lifter."' 

The girl's father oblected , to her im- 
tlmaciyv'with two pngllsh/ friends, M.r.. 
and Mrs. Levlaon, of Tangier., ,If sbe 



perslisted Iji visiting them, he siaid, he 
aequlfed-under bond ^by-Joh n^'MoMa^rthv ^wotUd -ahti t hertip-HIn- a co^i ventr--ThTi 











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girl th e reupon fled from' hom e and ' iff aa 



retielved at the-. Levlsons'. 

The Irate father sent tho Spanish po- 
lice to recover iier. Mr, Levlso'n armed 
his household and threatened, with his 
wife and the runaway girl, to shoot 
anyone who entered the estate. Tho af- 
fair appeared about' to develop Into an 
"International Incident." ' There ,were 
conferences between the Spanlsli minis- 
ter and the British 'fninlster and the 
British mInl.Hter i\m\ Mr. Levlson." Then 
the girl disappeared.. ■ , ■ • - 

Her escape, was not the least rbrtiantle 
part of the story, for -she was^smnggled 
to Glbi-altar In a tni'ilk which was e,ir- 
rie'il from Mr. -Levtson's house, to ' 
rpiay ajl Tangier,: a distance Of h. 
ilirne liillew, b-,v a Stalwart Moor, Sii. 
.■■I ill at Ciibrnltar. 

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Hose directors werelikel. the 

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the end of the year. Mr. Karle 'nald tbc 
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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



Saturday, August 20, 1»10.. 



CITY OF VICTORIA 



A complete list of Local Improvement Works, authorized by Bylaw, from tirne to time, will be found 
postcd^on the Bulletin Board at the main entrance to the City Hall. 



A BY-LAW 



To authoris* tha antariiMr Into *» arraa- 
mant with tba Brltlah Columbia lala- 
phona Company, Xilmltad, oonoarnlnr 
tha ramoval of talephaiia polaa and 
ovarhaad Wlra« from oartaln atraafa, 
and to raiaa tha lum of tlOO.OOO.OO on 
dabantoraa for tha yarpoaea tharain 
aat forth. 



WlfKHKAS ' tlie CorponiUiMi of tlie 
City of Victoria liiiK arraiiK'i'l tin ugroe- 
riit<nt Willi the Bi-Ulsh ColumViln Tele- 
phono (.^oinpuny, which airiuiK">ii<.'nt la 
set forth In uii uKn-iMiumt approvml by 
tlie t.'oiiiK-ll and (■xccul'eii hy llio (\)m- 
pany. iiiu|, which .said iiKi«t'iii(Mit is in 
the w-ords nnd flKiires following: 

THUS INDKNTUUIO nuuli? In duplicata 
this ninth day of AuKUst, in the year of 
Our Lord one ihoiiHand nine hundred and 
ten. 
BKTWKEX: 

THE .tJOlll^OnATION OF TllK iMTV 
OF VICTORIA, 
cHerelnafter called the CITY > 

of tlu; I irsi r:irt, 
• — and — 
BHITTSIl COLUMniA TKUKi'llOXK 

COMl'AXV, UMiTnO. 
(Hereinafter culled the COMPANY) 
-_ — :...s o£-tiie-S£ieaud.Ear_t;. 



WHKREAS the Company carries on a 
teleiihone bnstness In the City of Vic- 
toria, in the Pi-ovlnce of British Colum- 
bia and cariioH its cables and wires iipon 
pidoH placeil In the streets of the City; 

AXD WHKHFJAS the Company at the 
request of the City lias consented to re- 
nuive its .'?aid poles, cables "and wires, 
from certain streets hereinafter ■ set 
forth and to place its cables and wires 
in iinderKroiind cond\iits In streets here- 
inafter mentioned and to provide service 
b\- nicHiis of underground conduits and 
poles in the interiorof the blocrfcs having 
connection with ^ti© — condti tts -In — saW- 
streets: 

AND WHKRKAS by the provisions of 
Section fifty (50), subsection IS (a) and 
IS (b)br the Municipal Clauses Act, the 
panic* hereto have the right to provide 
for such work to be done by Uie Company 
at the expense and cost of the City; 
AXD WIIKKKA.S It has been so agreetl, 
XOW TIIKUKFORE THIS I.XDEN- 
TURK WITXICS.SETH that in con.'*ldera- 
tlon of the premises and of the mutual 
covenants hereinafter contained, and of 
the sum of One Dollar ($1.1)0) of lawfvil 
money of (Canada paid by each of the 
parties hereto to the other of them (the 
receipt whereof is hereby by tliem re- 
spectively acknowle<lged) and parties 
hereto mutually covenant as follows: . 
1. The Company will Inunedlately en- 
deavor to secure such rights of way or 
easements over or through private pro- 
perty within the area hereinafter men- 
tioned and also' property abtitting on 
Fort Street between 'Douglas and Cook 
Streets and on Yates Street from Doug- 
las to Quadra .Streets as tliey may deem 
necessary for the purpose aforesaid: 
Should the Company not he able' to s.e- 
cure without payment therefor, all' the 
rights of way or easement.s for such pur- 
poses, the City undertakes to Immediate- 
ly provide same under, thel'r-jpowers In 
said Act set out. ''^' 

-'. Upon the Company or theCtty hav- 
ing acquired the rights and ca-iements 
set out in Parngra/ph- (1) hereof, the 
-Company as contractors fpr the City 
shall Immediately proceed to construct 
and establish an underground conduit 
system for the carrying of cables and 
Wires foV tjie use, and only for the»pur- 
poses of the Company's' business, within 
the area bounded by the following 
streets of the City., namely: 

■Whatjf Street, Humboldt, DoiiglaB, 
Burdette Avenue, Blanchard, Cormorant. 
Store and Johnson Streets, as shown on 
the plan attached hereto and also on 
I'^ort .Street froni Dotigl as .Street to Cook 
Street and Yates , Street from Douglas to 
Quadra Streets. - — 

— WltMn^^ u c h a re a <; Yib" Com^tvny ooven- 
nnts on or before the 30th day of August. 
A. D. 1912,./ to cornpletely remove all 
their present overhead apparatus and 
c'lulpment of poles and wires, provliled 
all such rights and ■ea.'«ement« shall have 
lieen obtained on or before the 1st day 
of January, A. D. 1912. still rendering to 
all ciistomers of the Conapafty- « satis- 
factory service.. .^^ ,- - ' , . 

3. For guch purpose the Company 
shall have autpot-"ity to enter upon aJl 
Rod every roadj street, al ley, o r thor- 
oughfare wltliin the saul area, antTForC 
Street between Douglas and Cook 



lan, or at the option of the Company 
to be redeemalile at any time upon six 
months' notice to the debenture hoideis, 
such debentures in either case to bear 
IrileieHt thereon, at the rate of four pei- 
cent. (4%) pel- annum on the 21st day of 
January and July )" each .\oar. 

7. When the Citv Klectrlclan or the 
City Knglneer shall certify In w't'"** 
that the Companv have expended »2&.- 
(100,00 on said works, the City 'wTH- bund 
over and deliver to the Company deben- 
tures. beluK a portion of the said Issue of 
the par value of »2r.,000.00, and there- 
after whenever an uddltlonal Ilia, 000. 00 
shall have been expended and have been 
HO cf-rtirjcil li\' the said I'^ngiu'MT or I'Hec- 
trtclau the Citv will hand over .-ind de- 
liver to the Company further debentures 
of iho par valiie-t.f 125,000.00 in each in- 
stance until the Company shall have ex- 
r.ended the sum of JTTi.dOO.OO and sliall 
have received debentures of a par value 
of that sum. The C'ily will hand over to 
the said Companv tlie balance of the said 
dol,>onlui-c.s when the City l':nKineer or 
City l-;iectriclan shall liavo certified tlint 
the Wliole of the work mentioned In Par- 
agraph (2) hereof has been conipteled. 

K. The (IMtv shall upon the sufficient 
completion of the work of e8tal)llshlng 
and conslriict Ion of t)ie said conjlvi 11 sys- 
tem give aut.h(jrity and suffer and per- 
mit thp t^ojupany to exclusively use and 
oiierate the same and to maintain, recon- 
struct, alter and repair the cables, con- 
duits, "-wires and other apparatus so cou- 
Htructod for llie purpose of supplying 
telephone service until default for three 
months be made on the part of the tele- 
phone Company in the payment in the 
next paragraph provided for: 

PHOVIUICU, that should the Company 
at anv time wtthta thiee mouths after 
any sucli default pay to the City the 
principal and interest then in default to- 
gether with interest on the overdue in- 
terest at the rate of Five per cent (6%) 
per uhnum then the rights of user of 
the x;ompany shall continue in all re- 
spects as if no rrefault had been made. 

5. Tlie^ComPuuy aliall from and after 
the date of such handing over of such 
debentures, and dtrrirrgr the whole life 
thereof make a semi-annual payment to 
the Citv equal In amount to the interest 
and sinking-fund upon the amount of the 
,sald debentures on the 15th day of Janu- 
ar,y and July In each year. 

10. Upon^ayment by the Company of 
all the setnl-annual payments of Inter- 
est and sinking-fund upcm tlie said de- 
bentures the City will grant and ciinvey 
or otheVwtse transfer to the Company 
free of encumbrance the whole of the 
works so to be constructed, and substitu- 
tions, and additions , thereto and which 
have been herein agreed to be vested in 
the City- and al.'*o all rights, property, 
powers and privileges obtained by the 
Company or the City as aforesaid or en- 
iovf^l by the City under said sub-sec- 
tlona 18 (a) apd 18 (b), so far as the 
same relate to telephones, to the end 
that tbo Citv shall vest In the Company 
all the title the City Shftll have in the 
undergroimd systenj to be"-cpmpleted un- 
der this agreement. 

11. In. event of the Cornpanyfequlrlng 
the Clt.v to issiie debentures redeemable 
as provided in Clause B) hereof, then the 
Company may at any time hei'eafter pay 
to. the City a sum which added to the 
amount of sinking fund -which at the 
time of such payment shall have been 
already paid to the City be sufficient to 
redeem the said debentures, and there- 
upon the City win grant and convey, or^ 
otherwise transfer to the Company free^ 
of encuntUrances the whole of the works, 
substitutions and additions so to be con- 
structed, whk-h have been herein agreed 
to be vested in tlte City and. also all 
rights powers and privileges obtained 
by the' Company or the City as aforesaid 
or enjoyed by the Qity under^sald sub- 
.seetions IS (a) or 18 (b), to the end that 
the City shall vest In the Company all 
the title the City shall have In the* un- 
derground system to be completed urwler 
this agreement. — 

12. If at any time the Company sliall 
find It necessary to excavate, open up, 
ffeeoTiHtr u c t. al t e r, maintain, or repair all 
or any of the. said conduit.**, or to affect 
ariy repairs to any of th6, fixtures or ap- 
paratus used In cortnectlon with the said 
system the company shall have the 
power, iii so far as the City are' aiUhor- 
Ized to give the same, to enter upon and 
do .nald work, and If necessary, shall for 
such purpose have, upon obtaining pelr- 
mlsslon from the City Knglneer power to 
block or divert the vehicular or passen- 
ger traffic temporarily as may be sanc- 
tioned bv such permit: ' . <■■ 

PROVIDKDi bowfeuer.-- that . the^work 



\l.V \VITXKS8 WHKllEOF t)i« parties 
hoVelo base cuu.seil their respecli\« coi- 
pocute aeals to be hereunto atllxcU the 
(lay and .\ car llrsl uuove written. 
The CorpoiHte beal of the Corporation 

of tlie City of Victoria wua hereunto 

ujflxed m the presence of; 

■ilie lorporate Seal of the British Colum- 
btu Telephone Company, Uimltod, was 

• liereunlycr affixed in tlie presence 
ot: ■ / 

[.SealJ ' W, FAHHKX, President. 

Gb;o. H. HALSK, becretary. 



pointed the Keturnlng Officer of the said 
vote. 

E. W. BRADLF-V, 

Acting C. M. C. 
Citv Clerk's Office, Victoria, P, C. 
August 17th, 1910. 



No. 516, the "Sewer l.oaii Guarantee! It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
By-law. 1908. No, &r>7, the "Sawer Loan! In his discretion to allernntlvely cause 
Loan (.luarantee By-laA' 190K," No. 592.1 each of the said debentures to be mailc, 
the "Sower Loan t^iuiirantee By-law, ' executed and issued for an amoinu ot 

£100 sterling, and one. If necessary, for 



T" 

Vide, 



Streets, and Y'atcs Street from Dougla.s 
to Quadra Streets, and to dig up the 
road lied thereof, subject, however, to, 
and the Company shall first obtain, the 
•written .direction of the City Knglneer. 
w-h9 shall' have sole authority to direct 
at what particular .point and At what 
particular time the said road, street, 
alley or thoroughfare shall be dtig up, 
and in what order as to time anhong the 
Various streets:-. ■ 

PROVIDED, however, that the said 
work shall bo carried out as cxpedltlous- 
Iv as possible with as little Inconveni- 
ence to the- public traffic as possible, 
and all and every street or streets re^ 
s*ored'V6r replaced in the same condition 
fjs bel^nre the workw'r repair was ct^m 
mence'd. 

•). The Company agrees "to prov 
erect, and maintain all requisite bar- 
riers, fences and other proper protection 
and to provide, keep and maintain siVch 
watchman, and lights with red glohes as 
mav he necessary, or a."* may be ordere.d 
bv'the City Knginoer In order to Instire 
'jnfetv to the public as well as those en- 
gaged about the premises rtr works; aJliL 
agree, -v^'here It is prnc,tlcnble In the City 
Knglneer's opinion to keep any roadway 
open for travel for the lisc of the public, 
for such width as the City Engineer may 
-direct. The Company also Agrees to pro- 
vide n s'lfflcbnt number of "XO 
TTIonOt'nH.I'AP.ir' or other proper no- 
tices which thP.v' must cause to be 
placed and maintained In good order In 
consplciKMis-nlaces -wherever any rnad- 
wav, sidewalk or tlioroughfaro Is torn 
■ up or dangerous, and so long as it re- 
mains unsafe or unfinished, and when 
th<^ work Is carried o'n at night^the Com- 
panv will supply .It their own expense a 
sufficient number of electric or other 
anproved and efficient llslits fo enable 
the .«ame to be done :irr -an efflelent nnd 
nntlsfaclorv p^nnner, and the City Kn- 
glneer shall have the power to order ad- 
ditional lights to be nut on at tiie Com- 
pany's expense If In the Citv Engineer's 
opinion thev are or may be required: and- 
the Company hereby agrees to indem-. 
iilfv and save hnrYnless the paid City of. 
Tiid from ■nil loss, cost or damage bv 
reason of any act; mn+ter, cause or thing 
done or omitted to be done by the Com- 
panv for the protection' of the n\ihllc 
durlne their onerntlonx <^lther of con- 
Bfructlfin or repair. 

f). The whole of tiie works so to be 
constructed n« aforesaid, exceptine: the 
Central .''t.itlon and contents and nil tele- 
iilionf InHtriimnets niid wiring within 
buildings, but Including the property 
rights, nowers and nrlvIleSres In the 
nbove described area, and on Tort 

KtppRt ..betwftfin - Doujrl.TS nhd Cook 

Streets obtained bv tlie Company or City 
under Prragranh <\) hereof, shall from 
dnv to dny.oHS (he satVie nre completed 
be' and becoine the absolute nronprtv of, 
and for all purposes vesteil in the City, 
lubject only to the ereluslve right of 
,,^f.^ hereinafter provided: and In like 
n-innner nil siibstltot Innn for and all .id- 
dltlon" to the «'nld works or nnv n.nrt 
th'er<-'of during the u-age of the same bv 
fVic Company, and nrlor to the final pay- 
n-ient therefor bv the Companv. shall be- 
come and be the nb«oIote property of 
in.l vested In the said Citv, 

f, For the purpo.sie a foresaid- thf* City 
neree«< to svihmU before the 3nth day of 
September. A. D. 1910, n by-law to the 
;.>rtnr« of the City entitled to vote upon 
,onev hv-hiw to ralMo K\t' "oni of One 
hnrulred thousand doP-rr. ($100^000.00) 
which Is the estlmatr i cost of the said 
works, and upon th ■ tinssing of such 
>-„--Inw agrees to l^si e debenturea to ,Mia 
paid amount e|the_ pnvnble o ^Ir'^' 
y«ar« from the 21.it day of .Tanuar?'. A. D. 



shall be carried out as expeditiously arfd 
with as little inconvenience to the publle 
traffic as possible, and the streets, or 
street, restored or replaced In the same 
condition aW before thto work or repair 
commenced. ' . . 

13. The Company undertakes, when re- 
quested-so to do Ifl writing, to alter or 
change, at Us own expense, the location 
of any conduit, cable, wife or other- appli- 
ance "conetructed or afflied to t)ie In- 
terior of any of the blocks .pursuant to 
the provisions of this agreemen-t, and re- 
place the same in some other convenient 
position In said block or any of them 
w-henever or so ofteij as such alteration 
and replacing is made necessary by reas- 
on of the constructlo.ti of a new building, 
i-ebuildlng or the alteration or extension 
of anv building in said block or any of 
them, and so that the Company will at aU 
times, do and execute all necfssary works, 
matters and things which new condillomi 
In real propertv affected may require. 
A.XD in- default the City shall have the 
light to apply to the Court i'or appropri- 
ate relief In said premises notwithstand- 
ing that It may suffer no damage or no 
special damage by. reason of such de- 



AND WIlKUFAS the expcuso ami co.sl 
of tin- work wuiun LUe said area and ex- 
loiihlun,-, tliereol, a.s lu Purugrapli « ot 
aula aKreeuienl aei out, lb L-slUUHleU ul 
uue liundred thousand dollars (»10U,- 
uuu.OUj, and It iti propo.Hed by this By- 
l.aw to, authorize the raising of suiil 
smns and llie delivery of the authorlited 
tic ben lures at ^uch UuieB as the Sianie uru 
rmiuired to be delivered uudor the terms 
ot the Hatd agreement. --.--.... 

AXD WaiUlKAS a petition under Sec- 
tion tiy ol the Municipal Clauses Act ha.s 
been presented- to the Municipal Council 
of the Corpoiation of the i.'liy of Vic- 
toria, aisiied by the owners of more than 
one-teutn of real properiiy in liie City 
of Vklorla as shown by the last rcvlaed 
Assessment Roll, rcquesling, the City 
t'ouiicli to Introduce a By-Law to raise 
the said sum of 6ne hundred tliousan<l 
dollars (1100,000.00) In and for the pur- 
Voses aforesaid, and the I'ounell desire 
to give effect to such petition in man- 
ner hereinafter appearing; 

A.XD WHKRlOA.S the Whole rateable 
land and improvements or real property 
of the (Jlty Of Victoria, according to the- 
last revised Assessment Roll for the 
year 1910 was $32,089,937.00; 

AND WllKItKAS the total amount re- 
quired to be raised unnuullj- by rate for 
paying the debt/ whlcli will bo created 
herein and the Interest thereon, and for 
creating an annual sinking fund for the 
payment oCt of Ih? said debt within 
flftj^LGO) years Is Four thousand six 
hundred and fifty-flv& dollars ($4,- 
655.00); -_.. 

.AXD \V11J:RKAS this By-Law may not 
be altered., or repealed, except with the 
consent of the J,^leutenant-Governor-ln- 
Councll: . 

XOW THEREFORE the Municipal 
Council of the Corporation of the City of 
Victoria enacts as follows: 

1. The terms of the agreement herein- 
before fully ^et out in the recital of this 
By-Uiw shall be, and the same arc here- 
by accepted, and the British Columbia 
Telephone Company. Limited, are hereby 
authori-/.ed to have, hold and exercise the 
rights and privileges In the said agree- 
ment mentioned or referred to, .sunject 
to the covenants, conditions and restric- 
tions binding on the said Company In 
the said agreement set fortli- ' 

2. Fortlnvlth after the requisite as- 
sent of the electors of the tsllty of Vic- 
toria entitled to vote thereon shall have 
been given to the final passage of this 
Uy-Law, the said agreement shall forth- 
with be executed by the Corporation, 
and the agreement when so executed 
shall forthwith be carried into. effect and 
thenceforth observed, and the said agree- 
ment so executed is hereby Incorporated 
with, and shall be deemed to form part 
of, and be read with, this By-Law in so 
far as the same contains any covenants 
on the part of the Corporation and by the 
Corporation has to be performed. 

3. It shall be lawful for the Mayor orf 
the. Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the said 
Corporation, by way of the debentures 
her«ln after Knentloned, from any per- 
son or perttohs or body ok" bodies corpor- 
ate. Who may be willing to advance the 
same a.s. a loan, .« sum of money not ex-. 

ceeding in, the -wlroro "the "sum of One 

hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) 
currency, or sterling money, at the rate 
of 4. 85 2-3 dollars to the one pound 
sterling, and to cause all such sums so 
raised or received to be paid Into the 
hands of the TreasunSr "drfheT sald'Cof-' 
poration for the purposes and -with the 
object hereinbefore recited. 

4. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to .cause .any, number -bf deben- 
tures to be made, executed and Issued 
for the sum of <1ne hundred thousand 
dollars ($100,000.00). either In currency 
or sterling money (at the rate afore- 
said), each of the said debentures being 
of the amoiint_of_One thousand dollars 
($1,000.00) oi: its sterllnj: equivalent (at 
the rate aforesaid) and alt such deben- 
turfes shall be sealed, with the seal of 
the said Corporation and signed by the 
M^y^r thareo t - : ■ . . 

It shall also be lawful for the said 



A BY-LAW 



To Xaabla tha Borrowing ot a fnrthar ^ 
aum of $S0,000, aacurad upon tba 
frontag-a Kants or TaXaa and Sawer 
Connaotlou Kantal, with the guaran- 
taa of tha Ottr of Tlotorta. . 

WHEREAS. It Ik intended to borrow 
u pon the security Qf-i-iiOla. or taxes and 
Hp-wer connection rentals, Ihiposed by 
the Sowers By-law, 1902 (Xo. -tOO). the 
further aum of $50,000. to be expended 
in and for the extension of the scwwr.s 
within the City of Victoria, and tl'.e n^- 
pavnteni to property owners of a sum 
of $2,220, advanced for sp-'cial scwer 
construction, under By-law No. 094: 

AND \VHi«:Rl':AS. it is proposed to 
givo the guarantee Of the Corporation 



1909 (No. 2)," .No. file, be sufficient to 
provide th<> annual 1 merest on the 
money:i front -time to time bortowcd on 
the security of the dehenture*' Issued 



a less sum in sterling money to com- 
plete llui authoiizcd isHue. 

3. The s,aid debentures shall hear dale 



fundrof the day after the final rmsslng of this 



said debentures at a rate below par, and 
to authorize the Treasurer to pay out of 
the same so raised by the sale of the 
said debentures all expense connected 
with (he preparation and engraving or 
nthoKi-aphi;iB of the debentures and 
coupons, oi- any discount of- commlBBlon, 
or other charges Incidental to the aale 
of the said debentures. 




for securing the moneys so intended to 
be borrowed: , ; . ., 

AXD WHEREAS, the said "S^-wers 
1902," was validated by Section 29, of 
Chapter 42, of the statutes of 190:i-4 In 
so far as frontage rents or taxes and 
sewer connection rentals were thereby 
assessed and levied uiion the owners of 
land and l)ull(lings, and power was giv- 
en by the reciting section to revoke and 
rescind the assessment and levy made 
by the said recliing By-Taw .Upon occu- 
piers of land and buildings, and .such 
assessment anil levy upon said occupiers 
was accordingly revoked by the '>ewi-rs 
By-law, 1902, Amendment Bylaw, 1:hi|" 
(numbered 424): 

AND WHKRKAS, the amount of the 
'said frontage rents or taxes and sewer 
connection rentals, chargeable for the 
year 1910 Is estimated at $25,528.10, and 
the sum of $4;i5,000 has been already 
raised upon the security of the samd 
under the provisions of the "Sewer 
Loan Guarantee By-Law, 1902," No. 402, 
"The Sewer Loan Guarantee By-law, 
1905." No. 456, "The Sewer Loan Guar- 
antee By-law, 1907," No. 51G, "The .Sew- 
er Loan Guarantee By-law, 1908," No. 
557, "The Sewer Loan Guarantee By- 
law, 1909," N.u-_fiil2, and the "Sew.er Loan 
Guarantee.J8yrJaw 190,3. (No. 3)" No. 

till). '- ■ —i~. ■ — 

AND WHEREAS, the moneys Inten 



)ut shall be' paid the coupons or Interest and tlie signature ol the interest lou- 

upon the said' debi-nlures or borrow<)<i | pons may be either written, rilampiu, 

moneys, as the same shall from time } primed, lithographed or cngravea, 

to tlnu- fatl due, and the moneys to pro-. 4. 'I'ho sjahl debcJitures shall hear in- 

vlde till- said' annual sinking fuhd aliHP:lJ.erest at the rate of lour per cent, poi 

I'H placed on deiio.sli, and with the intc.tulu.v:'iu"">' f'-o"' <-Jio date thereot, payaiue 

est thcr.'(.ui. shall be allowed to aocu- 

muhite and tln-rcout shall be. paid the 

tninclpal moneys borrowed, as the sabl 

debentures Issued heroundor shall .from 

tlTiTi^-Trt-time become due. - -. 

^'.t. This By-law .shall, before ' the final 
Iiasising tliereof, rcfolve the aHselTT of 
the electors ,of the said Corporation In 
/t'ho manner provided for In the Munici- 
pal Cluusies Act, and shall take effect 



on the day after the llnal passing there- 
of. ■ 

10, Tl);... i'.y l,m inny lu.i l,e altered i<r 
rei)eaiei| sa\e wiili. tlie conscnl of the 
Lleutenant-Gdvernor 111 Cotihctl. - 

11. This By-law shall be cited as the 
"Sewer LOan Guarantee By-law, 1910." 

Passed the Munlciiial t,'oun«ll on the 
luth day of August. 1910. -.,;—,— — 

TAKIO NOTK.'E that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed- By-law, upon 
which the \'ole of the Municipality will be 
taken at.thir building known as numbers 
1117 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's Building), 
Broad Street, on M<Miday, the 29th day 
of August, 19)0, that the polls will be- 
kept oppn between the hours of 9 o'clock 
a.m. and 7 o'clock p.m., and that Mr, -VV. 
W. Norihcotl has been appointed the 
Returulng Officer of the said vote. 
B. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting C.M.C. 
City Clerk's Oitflce, _ 

JVlctoria. B.C. :Aug. l^tfi. TSlO. 



A BY-LAW 



half-vearly, on tlie 21at day of .January' 
and 21st day of July.** at "such plaoij; 
In the Dominion of Canada, Gr(;ut Bri- 
tain, or the United .States of America 



generally. .Such consolidation deben- 
tures shall coB4.aln the like covenants. 
coiuirtlons anil restrictions as are con- 
tained in Ihi' debenluros Issued in pur- 
suance- of this bylaw, and in each de- 
benture Issued hereunder ii clause con- 
ditioned i'or such substitution may be 
iiiserleil. 

8. For the purpose of raising a'nnu- 
itUy the reipiired svim for the payment 



a.s may be expressad In the debenture 1 of Ihe Interest on the said del)enlures 



and coujjon. 

5. It shall ho I'awful for the .Mayor, 
to cause the suld . debentures and 
interest coupons, either or.bolli. to' be 
made payable at such place, either In 
the Dominion of Canada, Great Britain, 



;it. 



iT .\Tnc 



may 



ded to be borrowed pursuant to this By- 
law will beimmaniy charged and se- 
cured upon the frontage rents or taxes 
and sewer connection rentals, assessed 
and- levied and to be collected annually 
under th© anthorlty of the said "Sewer- -ttre^-pw 
By-law, 1902." now unencumbered, 
amounting to $2,4 81.10; 

AND WHEREAS, the amount re- 
quired to be collected annually from 
the said frontage rents or taxes and 
.sewer connection rentals to pay interest 
pon the said aggregate debt of $495,000, 
and to I'opay the said debts by sinking 
funds within fifty years is $23,047, and 
the amount to be cojlecjed to pay the 
Interest upon the said additional sum of 
$60,000 Is $2,000, and to repay the uddl- 
tlonal debt by sinking fund Is $328, 
making together the aggregate sum of 
$25(375, and having regard to additions 
since January 1st, 1910. estimated at 
$600, it is estimated, that there will not 
bo any detlqlency: 

AND WHEREAS. It IB proposed to 
borrow tho .said rium of $50,000 upon de- 
bentures as hereinafter apjjefljdiut; ' 

AND WHEREAS, by the said recited 
Byrlaw, NO. 400, the said frontage rents 
or taxes and' sew-er connection rentals 
w^hen received are dlroct'ed to be carried 
to a Joint fund entitled "The Sewer 
Rental, and .Sewer Tax Fund," and are 
to be expended In the.extehslon of the 
sewerage system of the city, and the 
construction and- maintenance Of the_ 
same, and In making, provision for and 
the payment of principal, Interest and 
sinking funds where moneys are bor- 
rowed' on the security of the same, and 
in svicli manner and at such time or 
times as the Municipal Council shall 
from time t o time think expedlentr An d 
It Is desired by tHls IJiy-law to give ef- 
fect to such provision: 
..-THKREFORE, the Mu,nlclpar Council 
of the Corpofatton o f th e C ity of Vic- 
toria enacts as follows :-t- . .^ 

1. Th'i moneys raised under this By- 
law Sliall be_jexpended lii the construc- 
tion of sewers and for the purpose gen- 
erally mentioned in this By-law, and 
foi^ no other purpose. 

2. It shall b» lawful for the Mayor of 
tha Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upoft' the security, primarily, 
of the said frontage rents or taxes and 
sewer connection rentals, and by way of 
guarantee upon the credit of the Said 
Corporation by way of debentures here- 
-UuCftar-mcntlone.d. tcom any^nerson or 



To Authorize tha Uae of Corporate Lands 
At Spring Bldge for School Ptirpoaea 

\VH1':U1^A.S on th(^ applicaiio!^ of the 
Board of School Trustees the Council 
have resolved to grant the corporate 
lands at Spring Ridge hereunder de- 
scribed, also a sum of $13,000 In aid of 
t4te~-Hehool Board, of 
abutting lands, the whole to be used aa 
and for a HIgli School Site, also to do 
certain -wVjrks to make the site suitable, 
said sum of $l3,000 to be raised with the 
school rate for the year 1910, and the 
cost of said works to bo raised with the 
school rate for the years 1910, 1911, and 
1912 as may be called for by the prog- 
re.ss of the works. 

The Municipal Council Of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of Victoria enacts as 
follows: .' 

1. It shall bo lawful for the Council to 
use the corporate lands hereinafter de- 
scribed for school purposes: 

Sascrlptlon of Zianda 
Sections forty-eight (48) and forty- 
nine (49); , 

Lot eighteen (18) of Section Fifty- 
three (53). Map 206.' 

Lots "C". "D", "E". "V", of Section fif- 
ty-seven (57), Map 123.; 

fart one hundred and flf -ty-flve (155) 
feet hy fort.V-four (44) feet 'of Section 
Fifty-eight 058), In a square block In the 
Southwest corner thereof; 

Lots "A". "B". "D". "K". "F". of 8«c- 
tlon Sixty-four (64). Map 123; 

South half (V4) of Section Sixty-five 
(-66); ' 

Part one hundred and flfty-fl\-e (155) 
feet by eighty-eight (88) feet of North 
half (.%)' of Section Sixty-five (65); 

South half <\i) of Section Fifty-four 
(541. except that part thereof conveyed 
bv Maria Ooodacre to George Stelly by 
dee<l dated the 14th March. 1895; 

All In Spring Ridge. Victoria City, and 
said lands ahall 'henceforth Delteldb^ 
the Corporation, for school purposes.' 

2. The. said sum of $13,000 shall be 
paid out of corporate moneys and raised 
with the flchool rate for the year 1910) 



or Iho Cnlled 
bo desired. 

6. IL shall he i.iwi-ii I"! i>ie May^r 
of ' the said (.orporation to dinpose of 
the said debentures at a rale below par, 
and to authorize the Treasurer to pay 
out t)f the sum-s so raised by the- sale of 
the said debentures, all expenses con- 
nected with the preparation and engrav- 
ing or lithographing of the debentures 
and coupons, Or any discount or com- 
mission or other ctiargcf Incidental to 
tlif sale of^ie said debentures. 

7. If deemed advisable by the" Mayor 
there shall, in the said debentures, be 
reserved to the Corporation the riglU 
upon any future- consolidation of, the 
detienlure indebtedness of the CMty to 
substitute debentures ot such consolida- 
tion secured upon the credit of the City 
generally. Such consolidated deben- 
tures shall contain the like covenants, 
conditions and restrictions as are con- 
tained in the debentures. Issued In pur- 
suance of this By-law, and In each de- 
benture Issued hereuiidei' a clause con- 
ditioned for such substitution may be 
inserted. 

8. For the purpose of raising annually 
the required sum for th^ payment of the 
interest on the said debentures during 
their currency, there shall be raised an- 
nually the sum of $2,000, and for the 
payment oft of the debt at maturity 
there shall be raised annually the sum 
of $U20i).fiO, ,a.nd--lioth sums, sjmil be 
raised annually by a rate sufficient 
therefor on all ^ rateable land and Im- 



durliig Ihidr currency, tlierc shall be 
.t-aise.d'...a.i)nually tho suni of $?.,OtiO, and 
for tlio pitrtKise of creating the sinking 
fund aforesaid for th<is payment off of 
the debt at maturity ther<^ shall iie 
i-aised annually the sum of $491.25 anil 
both, said sums shall be raised annually 
by a rate suit cieiit 'therefor on all rate- 
able land anil improvements or real 
property In the city of Victoria during 
the coi-itinuance of the said debentures 
OT any of thei-n. , 

9. This bylaw shall before tha final 
passing thereof receive the assent of 
the electors of the said corporation in 
the manner provided for In the. Munici- 
pal (Jlauses Act, and shall take effect 
on the fifth day after the final passing 
thereof. 

TO. This Inlaw may be cited as the 
Dallas Road Foreshore Bylaw, 1910, 

Passed the Municipal Council on, the 
15th day of August, 1910. 

TAKE NOTB'IO that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed bylaw, upon 
which the vote of the municipality will 
be taken-4it the building known as 
Numbers 1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's 
building) Broad street, on Monday, the 
29th day "07 August, lyiuTlhat th* JJOllS' 
will be kept open between the hours of 
9 o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m.. and 
that Mr. W. W. Northcott has been ap- 
pointed the Returning Officer of the 
said VQt«. 

E.- W. BRADLEY. 

Acting C. M. C. 
City Clerk's Office, Victoria, B. C. 
August 17th. 1910. 



provements or real iiroperty in the City 
of Victoria during the continuance of 
the said debentures, or any of them. 

9. This By-law shall, before the final 
passing thereof, receive the assent of 
the electors^^of the «ald Corporation In 
the manner provided for In the Munici- 
pal Clauses Act. and shall take effect on 
the day after the final passing thereof. 

10. This By-law' may, be cited as the 
"$50,000 School Loan By-law, 1910." 

.Bassed the Municipal Council on the 
I'Sth day of Aiigust, 1910. ' . . «v 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of tho proposed By-law, upon 
which the vote oTtiTe JllunlclpaHty will be 
taken at tho building known a.s Numbers 
1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's Building), 
Broad Street, on Monday, the 29th day 
of August, 1910, that the polls wfll be 
kept open between the hours of 9' a.m. 
and 7 p.m., and that Mr. W. W. North- 
cot), has been appointed the Returning 
Officer of the said vate. 

E. W. BRADLEY, 

Actings C.M.C.' 
City Clerk's Office, 

Victoria, 3.C., Aug. 1 7th. 1910: 



A BY-LAW 



A BY-LAW 



Mayor In his discretion alternatively to 
cause the said debentures to he made, 
executed and Isiiued for an amount of 
£100 stierling, and one. If necessary, for 
a («6s sum In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized Issue. 

5. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the 2l8t day of^ Jamrary; A,--D. 1911, 
and shall b** made payable in fifty years 
from said date, at such place or places 
either In th.e Dominion of Canada, Qreat. 
Britain or the United States of America, 
as may In the discretion of the Mayor be 
designated thereon, -and shall have at- 
tached to them coupons for the payment 
of Interest, and the signatures to the In- 
terest coupons may- be either written, 
stamped, printed or- lithographed. 

a. The said debentures shall bear In- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
arinum from the date thereof, which In- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 21st day Of ..lanuery and the 21at day 
of July during the currency of the d€J- 
hentures. a I such place or places either 
In the Dominion of Canada. Great Brit- 
ain or the United .States of America, as 
may be exijressed Irt the debenture and 
coupon. 

7. If the British Columbia Tele|)lione 
Company, Limited, so request In wrTtlng 
before the Issuance of the first series of 
said debenttires. each debenture author- 
ized' hereunder shall be mai:ked "Re- 
deemable at par nt the option of the 
City lipoi;* giving six months notice to. 
the' holder thereof, such notice expiring 
on any Interest day." and in such case 
such debentures,, shall be taken by the 
holdar thereof, subjet-t to the said terms 
of redemption. ' 

S^ If deemed advisable by. the Mayor 
ihere sliall. In the said debentures, bo, 
reserved to the Corporation tho right 
upon nny future consolidation of the de- 
benture Indelitedhess of the City to, sub- 
stitute (TeDen'tures or'jucli' eonsoIIdotlfSh 
secured upon the credit of the City gen- 
erally. Such consolidated debenttires 
shall pontaln the like covenants, condl- 
tiims and restrictions as are contained In 
the debentures Issued In pursuance of 
this By-I.<aw. and In each, debenture Is- 
, sued hereunder a clause condllloried for 
stich substitution may be Inaerteld. 

9. During the currency of (he said de- 
bentures there shall, be raised anmuilly 
bv special rate, on nil the rateable pro- 
perty In the. Corporation of the C|tv of 
Vlctrirla the said sum of Four thousand 
dollars ($1,000,00) j£or-the payment of 
the Intt^rest on the said debentures. . ami 
the said sum of SK hundred and flftv- 
flve dollars ($655,001 for the purpose of 
^eatlne a sinking fund for the payment 
of Ihe debt hereby created. m.<»kln!,' lii all 
the .<;um of Four thou.xand six hundred 
and fifty-five dollars ($4,655.00) to Ije 
raised annuallv bv "perlnl rate as afore- 
said during •■,-, V ^ -' . 'said fifty (50) 
years. 

10. This By iim- s;iMii before the Hnat 
passing thereof, receive the assent of 
the eleclnr.s of the wald Corporation In 
the manner pro^vided for In Ihe Munici- 
pal Clauses Act. and .shaJJ- take effect on 
Iho Fifth dns; afler_tlie final passing 
thereof, " 

11. This ny-T:,aw may he cited as the 
Underground Telephone Bv-T,aw. 1!)10. 

Passed the Municipal Council on the 
inth-dAiy of August^ 191,0. 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is n 
true copy of the propose,! Tly.T.aw. upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will 
be taken aj tlie building known as 
Numbers 1417 and 1419 (Mr. Meston's 
Tt'illdlng) flroad street, on Monrlay. the 
I'Otli dav of August. 1910, that the polls 



persojig, or bodies corporate, who may 
be willing to advance the same as a loan, 
a sum of mvney not exceeding In the 
whole the sum of $50,000 currency or 
sterling tnoney, at the rate of 4.86 
2-3rds dollars to the^one pound sterllhg, 
and to cause all sucra sums so. raised or 
received to be paid Into the hands of the 
TrcasTlfgf" of the said Corporation for 



To Baise $75,600.00 for the Protection oT 
the Foreshore of Dallas Koad 

WHEREAS the Council of the Corpor- 
ation of the City of Victoria have decided 
that it is necessary' to erect a permane^nt 
II wi« 1 protection against the action of the sea 

for the purposes herein recited, and there , Z^^,^^\ ''«,'>tn"[' al^^r'lfxlnfa?:'- 

300 feet Easterly of whertf Montreal 



14. Except as herein set forth no statu- 
tory or other right of the City or of the 
Company shall be abrogated or waived by 
reason of this agreement. After the date 
hereof, the Company will pot In any 
streets or squares of the CMty, from 
w'hlcli It has removed, or at any future 
time may remove its overhead telephone 
wires and system and substitute a ser- 
vice from undergroutid conduits In man- 
ner provided in this agreement, place any 
poles for their telephone system: and 
the City shall not nt any time hereafter 
allow any telephone- service through 
overhead wires on poles along, across 
or over anv such streets-op-sfiunrps. 

15. The Companv further agree' that 
hereafter when the City shall pas.^ By- 
Laws for permanent_j)avemeiit8 under 
the Ijocal Improv«frieitt Claus«»s of the 
Municipal Clauses Act. which together 
form. a contlnuoiis permanent p.ivement. 
leadli'ig froth the urea set , out in Para- 
gra'ph No, 2 hereof, and furnlsbeH the 
Company with permanent means of ac- 
cess to, and distribution from, suitably' 
polntjr-wtthtn- the Interior of each block 
abutting upon such streets, the Company 
will' lay condult.s under such streets and 

place its -wires therein, and Install all 

the necessary apparatus for an under- 
ground telephone syatem such as Is con- 
templated under the foregoing, then the 

Company mav be assessed as. ah owner 

under such By-Laws for the amount of 

50% of the coats of the ''..',,i,,ini nn<\ 

the laying thereof. 

AND the Company furti ■ r ., its 

Immediately upon completlori thereof to 

use the same and remove from such 

j,(rPP(H all their overlioad wires, cables. 

and all their poles, and such conduits 

shall therenftor vest In flnd iiecome the 

propertv of the Company, and the City 

will execute to the Companv all grants 

necessary f'fi vest In the Company the 

same conduits and any rights of way or 

other easements used In connection 

therewith, and thereafter the Company 

shall have the same rights In respect of 

such streets or the telephone system to 

he constructed therein, as are conferred 

liv ("'lause (12) hereof. In respect of^ Ihe 

.streets and ."vMtenis, to he cmi.sifucted' 

therein within Ihe said area, 

16. This agreement sliall be binding 
from .'ind after the passing of the said 
By-I-aw authorly.ing th« said debentures. 

17. Tills' agreement and everyfliing 
hprein contained shall respectively en- 
ure to (lie benerif of, aiid be binding ) «lll b'* kept open between th.e hours of 



the purpose and with the object herein- 
before referred to. Tho said guarantee 
of tho city to be contained In the said 
debenturep . shall be In the following 
terms or as near thereto -Aft- may be: 

"The payment of the principal moneys 
and Interest thereon under -this deben- 
ture, at the reapectlve da'tes when the 
same fall due under the terms of this 
debenture. Is hereby guaranteed by the 
Corporation of the City of Victoria." 

3. It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause any number of del>en- 
tures to be made, executed and Lasued 
for such sums as may' be required, not 
ex-ceedlng, however, tlie sum of,$5QJ)00 
either In currency or sterling rnoney (at 
the rate of 4.86 2-3rds dollars to the one 
pound sterling), each of the aald deben- 
tures being of t^e amount of $1,000 or 
Us sterling equivalent (at the rate 
aforesaid), and all such debentures shall 
be' sealed with f>ie seal of the said Cor- 
poration and signed by the Mayor there- 
of. — 

It shall be laAVful tor' the said -Mayor 
In hie dl.scretjoh to alternatively cause 
ench of the said debenture.s to be made, 
executed and Issued for- an amount Of 
£100 sterling, and one. If necessary, for 
a less Btmi In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized Issue. 

4. "The said, debentures shall bear date 
of the day after the final jiasslng of this 
By-lnw,^Bhd'''sbair l)e payable- In fifty 
years frOm the said date at such piace^ 
either In the Dominion^. of (>Jiada^.aceat. 
Britain or the United States of Ait>erlca, 
as may be designated thereon, and shall 
have attached to them <coupons for, the 
payment of Interest and the signatures 
of the Interest coupons may be either 
written, stamped, printed or litho- 
graphed. ., 

5. The sald-,debenturefl shall bear In- 
terest at the rate of four per, cent, jier 
annum from tlie date, theBeof,. which In- 
tefest shall bo paynhlti ha^-yearly on 
the 21st day of .lanuary and the 2Ist 
day of .luly, at such place, either In the 
I>omlnloni of Canada, (ireat Britain, or 
the United States of America, • as jnay 
to expreStsed In the debenture and 'cou- 
pon. 

6. It almll be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause the said delientures and 
Interest coupons, either or both, to be 
made payable at such place, either In 
the Dominion of Canada. Great Britain, 
or the ITntted Statea Of Anierto«/ iH 
may lie desired. ., ■ ■' 

.7'. It shall he la.wful for tlie MavVOl* ot 
the said corporation to dispose of the 
said debentures at a rate below par, and 
to authorise the Treasurer to pay out 
of Ihe sums so raised by the sale of tlie 
said debentures, all expen.ses' connected 
with the preparation and lithographing 



shall be paid out of 1>he corporate moneys 
In the years 1910, 1911 and 1912 the pro- 
portion" of the cost Incurred during ,such 
years of the recited works upon tlie said 
iilte and the said monvys so paid shall 
be rRlRed.?annualIy with the sciJOol xato. 

S. This By-law shall before the final 
passing thereof receive the as.sont of the 
electors of the Cltt entitled to vote on 
monev By-laws. 

• 4; This By-law may for all purposes be 
cited aa the "Spring Ridge l.,ahd8 Au- 
thority By-law." .,'.,._ 

Passed the Municipal Council this 15th 
dav of August. 1910, 

TAKE NOTICE that the above Is a 
true copy of the proposed ,By-law, upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will be 
taken at the building known as Numbers 
1417. and 1419 (Mr. Meston's Building) 
Broad Street, on Monday, the 29th day of 
August. 1910, that the polls jiMIl he kept 
open between the hours Of 9 o'clock a.m- 
and 7 o'clock p. m.. and tl'iat Mr. W. -W. 
Noii*lic<»tt has Jaeen appointed the Re- 
turnliig Officer of the said vote.. . 
• " E. W. BRADLEY. 

Acting CM. C. 

Citv Clerk's offlc'e. Victoria, B. C.. 
August 17th. 1910. 



A BY-LAW 



of the debentures and coupons, or 'i'>.^«-t4^-r- i^'i'>- recited 
disrrtum or commission or other charges m"'"'"'^'^ m-n 



To Salse $50,000 ifor School Parpoaea. 

WHEREAS, the CJotincIl of thfe Cor- 
poration of the City of Victoria are re- 
quired to raise the sum of $50,000 gross 
on tho requlremen-t of tho Board of 
Scjiool Trustees, for the purchase of a 
site and the erection of a. new school with 
st'hool grounds at the corner of Bank 
Street and Leighton Street. and for cer-; 
tain additions to the school and grounds 
at Victoria West, and for tho Improve- 
ment of the school- site and grounds at 
Kliigston street, incHtdlng In each case 
the purchase 0^ the necessary land: 

AND. WHERltAS., the . whole rateable 
land nnd Improvements or real projl^rty 
of the said Corporation of the City of 
Victoria, according to the- last revised 
ftssc-Jsmimt roll f o r - th e y enr 1910, was 
$3.2.089„937: ' ' 

ANO WHEREAS,- the total , ambunt 
required t,o be raised annually by rate 
Xor paying the debt which will bo crea- 
ted heretmder and the . lillfire8.t.,-thcirj3jHL- 
and for creating an anniJ&l sinking fund 
for the payment Oiff of the sai d de bt 
within twehly-Hvo yeafs, according to 

law. Is $rf.2oo.6<). ■■ 

AND WllicREAS, it Will require an 
annual rate of .1197 of one mill oh the 
dollar for iiaylpg Ihe, pfiVJ- -dcbj_ahd In- 
terest-; 

AND WHERKAS, this By-law may 
iiot be altered or repealed except with 
consent of the Idetitenaht-<Bovernor-ln- 
(.iouncll: 

THEHEFORE, the Municipal Council 
of 'the (Corporation of the City of yic- 
toria, enacts nri follows:—^ — 

1, It 'shall be lawful for the. Mayor Of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit of the aaid 
Corporation by way of the debenturee 
hereinafter metttloned, from any person 
or persons, or body of- bodies corpnrnte, 
wh'o may be willing to ndrauce the same 
as a loan, a fjum of moni*y not exceeding 
In the whole ^hc a,um of $50,000 gross or 
sterling money, at-ttreTate of 4.S6 2-3rda 
dollars to the one pound sterling, and 
to cause all sticli sums, so raised or^re- 
celved to he paid Into t+ie hands of tho 
Tri'ftsurei- of the said Corporation for 
poses and with the oh.le<;t here? 



Street produced would touch the sea- 
shore; thence Easterly a l*jng the shore 
approximately 1640 feet' to tiie Westerly 
limit of where Lewis Street produced 
would touch the' seashore, protecting the 
said foreshore by means of a reinforced 
concrete Wfill o'n t'l"ns ^pprov«?d by the 
Engineer of the Department ' df -LJinds 
and' Works of the Provln.ce of, British 
Columbia and to exteml from a solid 
foundation at approximately lowest tide 
to the height of the finished roadway on 
Dallas Road; 

A.ND -WHEREAS It is estimated that 
the suld work will cost $100,000, of 
which sum trte City provides by this By- 
Law $75,000, and the Province, of British 
Columbia has .-igreed to provide $2.5.000; 

AND WHEREAS the whole ratable, 
land and tmprovem/>nts or real property 
of the said Corporation of the City of 
Victoria according to the last rovlsed as- 
.sessment roll for the year 1910, vffis f32,- 
089.937; ■ 

AND WHEREAS the tctal amount re- 
quired to be raised annunll.v hy rate for 
the paying of the, d^ht which will be 
created hereunder and the Interest 
thereon, and for creating an annual sink- 
ing fund for the payment off of the said 
debt wlt^iln fifty years, accordlng-to law 
Is $3,491.25; 

AND WHEREAS this By-Law may not 
be altered or repealed except with the 
con.sent of the Lleutehant-Qovernor-lnr 
Council: . -. ■ .„ 

THEREFORE the ■ Municipal Council 
of the Corporatlon-nf-thC-CllXjQj.Xlctorla 
enacts as frfllows: — . . 

1. It shall ho lawful for the Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the credit oi; the said 
Corporal li;in by wa^• of the debenture.^ 
hereinafter mentioned,, from any person 
or persons, or hod.i- or bodies corporate, 
who mav he willing to advance the same 
as a loan, a num of money not exceed- 
ing In the whole the'sutu of $75,000, cur- 
rency or .sterling' money, at the rate Of 
4.86 2-3 dollars to the One pound sterling, 
and to ca\ise all such stims so raised or 
received to, he, paid Int6 the hands- of the 
Treasurer of the said Corporation for 
tho purposes and with the Object herein- 
before recited. 

2. It shall bo lawful for the said Mnj->or 
to cause anV numb^ir of dehenture.s to bo 
made, executed and Isstted for such suitir 
nil may hff required, not exceeding, how- be desired, 1 



To raise 315,000,00 for the Ereotion of 
an Isolation Hospital. ,''r 

■ Whereas the Council of the Corpora- 
tion- of the City of Victoria have decided 
that It Is necessary to remodel and mod- 
ernise the present Isolation Hospital, 
anjj to erect certain other buildings in 
connection therewith;. 

AND, WHEREAS, It Is estimated- tbatl.- 
the said works will cost $20,000.00 of 
HtlilB-h the city, by this bylaw, provides 
$16,0(J0.00, and of which the Province 
of British Columbia will provide $5,000, 
AND, WHEREAS, the whole rateable 
land- and improvements Of real property 
of the said Corporation of tho City of 
Victoria according to the last revised 
a.ssessment roll for the year 1910, was 
$32,089,!)37.00, . , 

AND, AVHEREAS, the total -amount 
- required to lie raised annually by rate ' 
for" the paying of the debt which will 
be crea.ted hereunder and the Interest 
thereon, and for creating an 'annual 
sinking fund for tlve payment" off of 
the said debt Within .twenty-flvo years, 
accordlilg to law, is $960.15. ... 

AND, WHERKAS, this bylaw may 
not be altet-ed or repealed except with 
the consent of the Lleutenant'^GoyjBrnbr- 
In-Couricll; ,. , 

-^■fP H EREFORE, the Municipal Council 
of the Corporation of tho City of Vic- 
toria, enacts as follows: 

1*. it shall be lawful for the "Mayor of 
the Corporation of the City of Vlatorla 
to borrow . upon the credit of the said 
Corporation by the way of tlve debenr 
tures hereinafter mentioned, from any 
person or persons, or body or bodies cor- 
porate, who may be willing to advatice . 
the same aa a loan, a sum of money -not . 
exceeding In the whole the sum- of $-15. — 7 
000.00 currency, or sterling money at 
the rate of 4.86 2-3 dollars to the one 
pound sterling, and to cause all such 
sums so raised or. received to be paid Into ' 
the hands of the Treasurer of the said 
.Corporation for the ptirposes and with 
the object , hereinbefore recited. 

B. It shall' be lawful for the said 
Mayor to cause any number of deben- 
tures to be made, .executed and issued 
for such sums as may be required, not 
exceeding, however,, the sum of-.$15.- 
000.00 either In currency or ateHl/ig 
money (at. the rate aforesaid) each of 
the said debentures being of the amotint 
of $1,000.00 and all such ; debentures 
shall be sealed wlt"h the seal of. the paid 
Corporation and signed by the Mayor 
thereof. , 

It shall be lawful' for the said Mayor 
In his discretion to •alternatively cause 
eacH Of the said debentures to be luade. 
executed and Issued for an ariiount of 
£100 st»>rl'lng; and ona If necessary for 
a less sum 'In sterling money to com- 
plete the authorized issue., 

"^. The said, delientures shall bear 
date of the 'day after the final passliig 
of this bylaw, and sh«H-be made, pals - 
able In twenty-five years from said ,dat'\ 
at such place either in the Dominium of, 
Canada, Great Britain or the United- 
States of America, asl may be designated 
thereon, arjd shall have attached to 
them couljons for the payment -of In-, 
terest and the signatures of tl^ Inter- ■ 
est coupons may be either ^.written, 
stamped, printed, lithographed or en- 
graved.! , 

4. The said debentures' shall boar In- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
annuTii from tin; date thereof, which 
Interest shall hfi payable half-yearly on 
the 21st day of .lariuary and 2l8t day 
of .luly. at .such place, either In the Do- 
minion of Canada. Oreat Britain, or the 
U.nlted States of America, ais^ay be 
expressed In the debentures anfflteoupon; 

5. It shall he lawful for me- said 
Mayor to cause the said debenture."* and 
Interest coupons, either or botli, td be 
made payable at such place, either In 
the Dominion of Canada, Oreat Britain, 
or the United States of America, aa may 



' ,11. .,,,., ....,,,.,. .11. .. ,.-,. , -. -- 

the parties hereto, their succssors |-<» — (*:clock a.m. and 7 o'clock »o.ni., nnd 



upon, 

and assigns rcsrieetlvcly. 



that Mr, W. W. NOrthcott has been ap- 



Incldental to the sab- '■'' " ■• suld deberr-" 
tiirJ-'K. """■" 

H. So much of the • • -; collected 
for and received by the City Treasurer 
under the provlslona of th« Bald.~".i»aw-<»r. 
By-l.Rw. 1!I02" (N'o. 400l. as shall aft^r 
complying with the directions contained 
In the said "Bewer I^iian Oiiarantee Ry- 
Inw. 1!iO'.-,-' N'o. 102, the "Sewer Loan 
Ijuarantee Ry-law 1905." No, 45(i, the 
"Sewer Lo»» Guarantee l?y-law, 1907," 



2. It shall be lawful Lo- lb., said 
Mayor to cauis(< any number of deben- 
tures to ho made, executed aiid Issued 
for such sums as may be required, not 
«xceiulij)«^.Ji(iSX\au:.~UiELJjUJ3.l.jOt.JMiJJ-a(i.. 
either in currency or sterling money at 
tho rate aforesaid); catdi of the said di'- 
benturew being of the amount of $1,000, 
and all such debentures shall he sealed 
with the seal of tiie said (.'oiporntlon 
and signed by th« Mayor thereof 



rencv or sterBW mofi(}5r''TiSt tire rate 
aforesaid) each of the safd debentuf-es 
being of the amount of $1,000, and' all 
such dfdtentures shall be .sealed with the 
seal, of the said Corporatlop. ' .iiPd 
by the Mayor thereof. — 

it shall be lawful for the said Mayor 
in" ilia dlsCvretlon to alternately cause 
each of the said debentures Id be> made. 
exoctite«l and lasued for an amoupt of 

£100 sterling., and one If nee -•• for 

n less sum In st.i-rling nuui am- 

plete, the aUthorl7.ed Lspi'ie. 

a; .Tlie said d^benturea shall bear date 
of' the fifth day aftej the final passing 
of this By-law. niidsHan be made pay- 
able In flft.v years from date; a't such 
place either In the Dominion of Ca nada. 
Great Britain, of the United States of 
America., as may be deslfrnated thereon, 
and shall have attached to them cou- 
pons for the payment of Interest, and 
■the slgnatui'es of tho interest coupons 
mav be either written, stamped, printed, 
lithographed or engraved. 

4. The-satd debentures shall bear -trr- 
tercst at the rate of four per cent per 
annum frotn the date thereof, which in- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 21st day of .lanuary and 21st day of 
.luly, at such -place, either In the Dp- 
minion of Canada, Great Britain, or the 
t^hlted States^ of America, as may be ex- 
pressed In the debentures find coupons. 

5, It shall be lawful for the said 
Mayor tf>\cause the said d<?bpnlures and 

Jjitcrest coupons, either oi- both, to Ix' 
made paV*!!^!- at such place, either in 
Ihe Dominion of f'nnada. Great Britain, 
or llie -United St.ntes . of .Vmerion', a.t 
may be dc'dred, 

6.- It shall he lawful foi the Mayor of 
the said (Corporation to dlspDs:e el I'," 



th« said di 
and to au 

Ollt of till' 

of the said 
nected wit 
graving or 
tures and 



(■"■('virpii'rn-tft'n'^'to " '31ap''o 

benturrs at a,rutobelo 

horlze the Treasurdi^-t 

sums so raised by "-Hiflf ssl^ 

co'ii 
1 tlAii' prp"pa''atron 

Utrio'graphlng of the d€<ben- 
coupons. or any discount or 




coinmliistoiii or other charges Incidental 
to the salb of the said debentures. 

7. If de«med advisable by the Mayor 
there, sha/l. in the said debentures, hi'; 
reserved t<i tlie Corporation the right 
iijion and futufe Qonsolldatlon of tho 
debentures Indebtedness of the city to 
substitute delH^iitures of such consolida- 
tion sect»r«d Upon the credit of tha city 
genei*Hlly. Such consolidation deben- 
tures shall contain the like covenants, 
conditions and restr'lctlons ajs are inn- 
tnlned In the debentures Issued In pur- 
suance of this bylaw ahd In oachj de- 
benture Issued hereunder a clause Con- 
ditioned .for such s.ubstltutlon may be 
Inserted. 

, 8. For, the purpose of raising «f>nu- 
ally the' re<fulred sum for the payment 
of the Interest on tlte sa'f' debentures 
during their currency, there shn-lj. be 
rnis.-d annually the num. of $60.0.0(|f, and 
for the' purpose of creating the j'atnk 
Ing flind aforei-ftld for the poyhimt ofT 
of the debt at mnt-urlly there shalL-be 
raised annually the sum of '$.160.15, P.nd 
ixith said sums shall be raised anwally 
bv a rate sufficient therefor ort all 
rateable land and Improvements or real 
propertv In tho city Of Victoria during 
the con'tlnuani- '• bentures 

or any of thei. g '■ 

9. This bylaw shall before the final 
passing thereof receive the «f<.se'.-ii of 
the electorB of the aald Corporation in 



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Saturday, August 20, 1910. 



\ ICTORiA DAILY COLONIST 



19 



the manner provlUeii for in the Munici- 
pal Clauses Aci, and shall inko effect 
on lh«-day after the Itiml pasHing 
thereof. 

10. Thin bylaw'niay be cited as (he 
Isolation Hospltnl Rylaw., l!*!". 

Paased the Mvinlclpal CduiicU on the 
l&th day of AurilsI. 1910, 

TAKK .NOTU'K that the nbove In a 
true copy of the proposetli bylaw, upon 
which the vote of the Municipality will 
he taken at the builrtInK known as Nuni- 
ber« 1417 and Hl'J (Mr, Mcston'H hull.l- 
InK) Broad street, on Monday, the I'Sith 
day of AuKU-st. r.'io. tlmt tin- poll-'* "ill 
be kept open between the hours of !| 
.o'clock a, m. anil 7 o'clock p. -in.r,-*iwi~ 
that Mr. W. W. .Sorthcott hn,'^ been pa- 
polnted the RettirnliiR: Officer of the 
said vote. , , ,,,. 

K \V, TtR.M't'l-'^ . 

AclluK C, M, ('. 

Citv Clerk's Of fie-, Vi.-loria, H. C. 
August ITlh. 1910. 



.said munlcipHllty. on .Wi^nday, the 2fllh 
day. of August, IttlO. frdiny a. m. to 7 
p.m., and to record tlicir votes for or 
UKHln.si'the |):iss!iRi- of the Undi'rKroiind 
Tclpplione Hy - i.a w, 1 !i 1 d ; Sewer I.ohii 
Ouaranlce Ji\-Law 19 lit; Spring llidBc 
l.andM Auihority By-Law; *r.O,iJUO hchoul 
hoan Hy-I.aw.~1910'. Dalln.s Uoad l'\)ro- 
stiore By-l.,aw. I'.Mi); ln(datlon lio.-^pital 
Uylaw, 19 lit; j'libllc Con\enlcnce Liian 
rty law, ! 91(»'; a copy of which by-laws nrn 
pulilished in the Victoria Oally Colonist, 
and cuplcH wlicceof are poMleil up al th'» 
City Hall anil In eacih ward and at tlw 
polling place. 

And take iiollce that the bylaws will 
Tiot-be vi^lid or of any effect unlcHS the 
vote polled iK favor thereof be at least 
thrce-Hftbs of the yoti; polled. 

Given ' under n\y iiaud at A'ictorla. 
British l.'oluinlilaj this ITtli dav of Au- 
KUMt, 181(1. 

\V.\I. W. XOHTIU'OTT 

llvlurning Ofl'i> • : , 



CONDENSED ADVERTISING 



Kl^AL l,STATfc;— (Cont.) 




BRITISH AMERICAN TRUST 

<o>ir.\Nv. i.ri> 

(.'i.riiiT UruuU uiitl \U:w Stfrel*. 



A BY-LAW 



To Kaiaa faO.OOO lor the Erection of 
tha FuWlo Convenience. | 

tVUKRKA.'". the L'ounci; of llie Cuipn- 
ratlon of the City of Victoria have de- 
cided that it i.s, noce.sBary to erect a. 
Public Convenience upon property ot the 
Corporation situated on :ihe west sifU' of 
(lovernment street, south of the im.-i 
office and north of the Caus.^way. 
--' AKX). WHKJtl'JAS, the whole nitcildc 
land' and Improvements or real property 
of the said Corporation of the t.Uy of 
Victoria according to the last revised 
a,s«e»smenl roll for the iear 1910. was 
1:^2.089,937. 

AND, WHKKKAS, the total amouivt- 
re(|ulred to he raised annually by rate 
for the payioK of the debt which will 
be created hereunder and the Interest 
thereon, and for crentinR an arinual 
ulnkinK fund for the payment oft of-the 
.■^aid debt within twenty-flve years, ac- 
cording to law. Is »1.280.85. 

AND, WHERKAS'. this bylaw- may not 
be altered or repealed except with t:he 
con.sent of the Lleutenant-Go\ernor-m- 

THKREFORE. the Municipal Cbuncll 
of the Corporatlon^of the Clty^ of Vic- 
toria enacts aaL-fallowa: ■ ~ 

1. It sh.ill be lawful for tha Mayor or 
the Corporation of the City of Victoria 
to borrow upon the cre dit of the said 
Corporation bv way""©? tlte debentures 
hereinafter mentioned, from any person 
or persons, or body or boaJes corporate, 
who may be willing to advance the .sanie 
as a toa-n. a sum of money not exceed- 
insr in the whole the sum of $20,000 cur- 
rencv or sterling money at the rate of 
4.SS i;-;;rds dollars to the one pound 
sterline, and to cause aU such ."wtns so 
raised or received to be 'pal3 into "^*^ 

" hands of the Treasurer of the _said 
<'orporatlon for the purpose and -with 
tlie object hereinbefore recited. 

2. It shall he lawful for the sahl 
Mayor to cau.'ie any number of deben- 
tures to be made, executed and Issued, 
for such sums as may be roqutreid, not 
exceeding, however, the sum of J20.,0OO, 
either In currency or sterllnK ■ money 
tat the rate aforesaid) each of the said 
debentures belnR of the amount of 
$1,000. and all ;nirh debentures shall be 
sealed with the seal Of the said Cor- 
poration afid ' signed by the Mayor 

. thereof. * 

It shall be lawful for the said Mayor 

In his dlscretioji to alternately cause 

each of the »ald debentures to be made. 

executed and Issued for an amount of 
—^tm 'sterllnsr, and one if necessary for 

a less sum in sterling money to com- 



Municipal Notice 

Municipal Bye-Election, 1910 



i:);)-'itM.vT— "SAA.vicH n;.Ni.Nsc- 

II lust oppoelte St. Jainea Jslimd 
ii yi^ry ,cholt''e' j;iU>cc aiid 1b offend 

nv fiffure.' ^ 

ON .MO.SS STUEET. $ti50 ON' EASV 
rniH. Tills property has ».■« ef iirid 
«/i>.-r iiiiilns i:i rrnut luui tlv ••KilolnliiB In'- 
U now bilng cleaned up for building •hi. 



■riiiH \t 



ri'HiJC .xd'i'ic!-: 
the ICleclors ■■' ' ' 
City of Vlcl. 
presence, of Om- >. 
Court Room ajt tlie 
:i fiire.s,! Id eilv mi 



!l 



the I 
the I 



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- i;.r,-hv Ki' 
'ipullty o 
I require 
e-lncto("s li! I'l 
City Hall, ii 
Wednesday, the 
" I'liini I 'J ( niHMi I 10 
\i \i'. i": |i'.' |.'ir|Mi,si- !>(■ eli'eilii^ a 
per.soii to represent them in die Muni-, 
clpal Council, as Alderman iiu Ward 
Np. 2 to till the vacancy cau.sed by tlie 
resixnuilon of Mr; Wm. Henry. Russell 
Huniber. - .. 

.The mode of 'nomination of candt- 
<34tes shall T)b as follows: • 

The candidates shall be nominated In 
writin g, the writltie sliuU bo subscribed f 
by two voters of the municipality a.s 
p ropo s er a nd s econder, and shall be de- 
livered to the Relurnlnn Officer at any I 
time between t.he date of the notice ami ' 
2 p. m. of the day of the nomination, 
and in the event -of a po,ll helnK neces- 
sary siich poll win be open oil Saturday, 
the' 2Tth day of August, 1911), from 9; 
o'clock a. in. to T'p. m. In the juanner 
following: » 

For the office of . ALDERMAN for 
Ward No. 2, In the Police Court at the 
City Hall, of Which every per.'^on Is 
here by reciut red to take notice and 
'^gaxe.-ju. 71 1 m .« ie If accordingly. 

The persons qualified to be nominated 
for'a ttcl'"glt!'ctgg'ni.y"Atyl:T^lflR MAW ' of th e 
City of Victoria sliall be such persons 
as are male British stibjects of the full 
ape of twenty-one year.s, and are itot 
disTiualifled under any law, and have 



HIMKSON SIDDALt 

F. P. 



& SOiM 



Boi 1.'7 Nuw I'.rani* Ttiealrii UuilUlni. 
Tel. 8 6i*. _ 



t Id-ViUES WITH NICE ■'VATERFRONT 

dL ± J L tf a'antcTi Ami, ' tti-'aip " M;nr—Bay . %i>o 

per acre. 



been for the six months next pro-i-ediiiK 
the day of nomination the registered 
owner in the land regl^-t try of fice of land 
4m real 'property In the city of VlctoVia 
of the assessed value on 'the last mu- 
nicipal assessment ntll of five hundred 
dollars, or more, over , and above any 



"VTR'E LOT. DALLAS ROAD. C3xl20; pcJtje 
IN JLSfia; tcrniB to »uU purchaser. 



Team of Cyclists Will Be Sent 
From Dominion to Partici- 
pate in International Compe- 
titions of ,1912, 



XiOBT. 

IX'JSt — At reception al farlianient 
buildings, p^rl brooch in shajie of leaf 
on sold bar. Reward If returned to X2, 

Colonist office. 

TENDERS WANTED 



co- 



im i i i i.. mc.> i f 



A. WiLLIAMS & CO., LTD. 

JOi Sale* «jtrt»et. a rhcn» 1388. 

on ACRES FACINO ON 



MAIN ROAD, 

ieven mllee fmrn-^iitW^^ Very cheap. 

t3.200: ^"' -^ -^ 



20 



LOTS AT J250 PER LOT. HIOH. DRY. 
fine view, good land. 



EVENTY Atl'RES. WITH at30& COT- 
tage, Btnblu nnd chicken home, only 
leven miles from city, soocl roadi. good wai- 
tr. nice location, cheap $4.000. 



S^ 



plete the atithorlJ'.ed Issue 

3. The said debentures shall bear date 
of the day after the final passing of 
this bylaw, anrl .shall be made payaWe^ 

in twenty-five jear.s from ^aic| date, at i gj^Vd deceased amoni; 
f-iich place, either In 



outbuildings, 
registered .lodgment or charge.-and wivo-j-frwm city, $IS.OOO. sood tejms, 
are, , Qtliei'wlse duly ituallfied as,, muni- 
cipal voters. • 

Given -under my hand at -Vlotorta. 
British Columbia, this itth day oT 
August, 1910. 

VVM. W; . NORTHCOTt, 

Returning Offleer. 



NOTICE 



In the matter of the Estate -of John E. 

XlchoJIs, late of Minneapolis,' Minn., 

IJ. b. A., d^'ccaged. 

AU persons having claims OKalnat the 
estate of the above nanied John-B. NIcholl* 
are required to' send particulars thereof, 
duly verified, to, the undersigned on or be- 
fore the 10th day." of ,»;\ugU8t, 1910, after 
which - date_. the andefxlgned attorney for 
the Bxecutors of J he! w ill of said rtcceasf;d 
will proceed to dIsiribuKi the aaaeta t>f the 
, I tald deceased amon If the persons entlMed 

the Donrilnlon of I thereto, having regard Mlty to tho clalins 



FARM.— 34 ACHES. FINEST OF- : SOIL, 
cle ared, under crop, goqd homo and 
considerable stock, four miles 



THIRTEIiN ACRES; OFINB POIt,, NBARLT 
all cleared, nlon new house, good out- 
buildings, good urcUatJJ. a bargain at IS.oOO. 



E. HENDERSOM & CO 

Uuum One, ", 11 i.ntrs Street 

ACRES OP GOOD LANb 'iN CftOICE 

part of Manitoba; near church and 

school; one mile from town; price »2« acre. 

WIU exchange for city prope-rty. 

OCSB ANI> TWO I^OTS ON QUADRA 
reel; fruit , trees and all modern con- 
vonlencea; win sell ft b reduced price If 
taken on al qnce. 



H.\.Mn/r( cx, . I , \ ,j !i 111. 

('anadlan \\ lo'eloi.iu .-, Ao.-mii, if. tn, n. . 
vvMll setid- a^^^^^^^ fcJwecllsU ' 

Olympia irf 1912," ,.1'einarked Rtdierl 
Falconer, the Queen City presidom, 
\e.steraay. , "The matter will h. ' fm - 
mally (.iisciissed shortly. li :i . : 
ready beenntrscnssod inforiu.:] 
the workers In tilt present ii > ; i. 
a:ul it was decided to tu'ke \\\' n> 
movement where the Canadian (tu\ ~ 

_-L ertinic'iu Icavos off.' To the Loiidun 
01>^mi>lc, Ciinada sent four riders, 
Waltier Andrews; Hiirry L. Yijun^;, 
Willie Aiidersoii, Fred McCarth.s': and ' 
Doc Morton went ovjer on his own 
liMok, 111 mU', after the Canadian' 
oivnipif ( iiuiinlttee liavo , selected 
their cjclists, the C. 'VV. A. will step 
in and send any boys we think have 
a chance. It will be shrtiething for 
the boysto strive for, and it Will be 
racing experience, so the. whole m ust 
work for the good of the sport. A 
j)roportlon of next year's cycle tneet 
profits will be I'llaci^d in a common 
fund for this purpose". Several ot*i- 
cers of the C.VV. A. will cross at 
their own expense to lQQ]t after the 

cycltsts;"""""^-:'^7i."r""'~ " : 

Tljp schome latf Kood' one. Canada 
hits cyclist •: as good a s the best. I.iok 
at Fred. McCarthy's success 'across 
the border, and Walter Andretv.s" 
sterling perfonnantic^ in the 6--mile 
race at the 01.vrnpic games, when, 
after a tumble, which left him with 
a bleeding , 4-inch gash in his USg, 
he went on^and rode TTffh in the tace 
out ■ of an entry list of over ninety 

~ p t th e best riders in the world. Only, 
an unfortunate mistttke in the scoring 
put Hurry Young out of place tn the | 
big race, too. You.ig wa.s officiiiUy i 
connied out In the preliminary hejit, : 
and_the error was not d'scov^ered un- \ 
til an hour before the- flrjal, and I 
mean\yhlle Young hud been to a ban- I 
-quct. .The r^ult ttrirs that~Tns~§foi"n- j 
achAKeat._ba3.„tn 20 miles. Even at 
that he gniiiely .continued riding, and 
»by his gairif pacing brought his own 
t^aiTiTmate, Afidrews, and Engliah 
riders, who hatl been upset by foul 
riding, or lost their places iu the vaa 
nvlng to accidents, Uack to the 6iincl», 



In the Bupramo Coart of British 
lumbla. 

In the Matter of tlie l':stnte nf .lolui U 
,,5cott, Decea.'^ed, 

and 
In the Matter of the Official Adininii- 
trator's Act. 

Tender.'? will be received by the under- 
signed until' noon on the 2Bth day of 
AUKUst. 1910, for the purcliHse of the 
underineiulonad property, \l/. , 'I'welve 
(12) Hhares, repl-esenthiK h one-tenth 
liilerest in the i:;a«slar I'acktng Coin- 
(1H7IV. I,jinlti>d. For full pfirt Icular.'v ap- 
l>i\ lo 111.. i.nderHlKiu'd. 'I'll.- "hlKbest or 
i!i'\ iiplci' not neces.s.ii lly acc_ep_ted. 
WM. MON'tEITH. 
iilTlcIa! Admini.<!triitor. 




OAVOXZiXiATZON OI* BESSBTS. 



NOTICE \s hereby given that the Uc- 
servo existing on cro>^n lunri.s in tliB 
vicinity of liabino l^akc, and altunte in 
Ca-sslar District, notice of wlitch bear- 
lUK date June aotli. 1»()S, was pub- 
lished In tlie Brltl.sh Columbia Uazetle, 
dated July 2nd. IKtJS. Is cancelled. 
RUIIFUT A. Uh;.N\Vli-K. 
Deputy Coniinlssioner of Umid."*. 
nds Department. • Victoria. B. C, 



Land 
June 16th 



1910. 




ATLAS ASSURANCE CO., LTD 

(Established 1808,) 

Capita! and Tilnds for security of 
policy holders excee(ls$26.000,0()0 

■ Tile uadertilgnid lias succeeded to ths 
agency of this company formerly held 
by the Sluart Kobortson Cuniputiy, Ltd., 
and will Kive prompt attention to all 
comjnunlcallohs rfgarding new bu.siness 
or (flieratlons rcqulrcu on e-Kiisiint; poll- 
ides', I'b'asu address all coniifli'lcationa 
lo J. G. ELLUJTT, 

.:;iM'!:ia! .ARCut f'U Vancouver Inland. 

■ 1212 Bi^oad ."ii . ^uioria, H. C. 
P. Oi Bojc 4.-)0. ■ i'hone 660. 



NOTICE TO OOKTBACTOBS. 




LAWIi BEGIBTRY ACT- 

,.','■ .Ill (ippllcatioii for a 

.1 :, .. ..-rtilU;al.. "''•I' ill Ir (o I.,ot !»1 

. . ,-. :i.i..! i;ii. l''erM. I i:.si.-ue (.Map 

■•■,2t. Vicioria Citi.i 

.\f)TICK is hereby given that it Is my 

fnicntlon at lli" ' i-xiilration of one 
Ticc , nioiali lion! ■ ■ ■ the llrst puhll- 

c.iiion h.-ii'..: ■ duplicate certl- 



SKALED TKNI-'KR.S, superHCiU 
"Tender for School at Mission, i. ■ 
will he recelveil by ihe llonai'atilf 

Mlnlster of I'lV^Ur Works, \i\< to noi . . 

\Tnnr'nv Mi. "iHl •\u;,'usi -1- for 1 hc'i "calc • of , till..' to .-aid iapd^ issued to 
Monday, >li. .^.ni .\u^un , "^ v « j^,^_^ ^^^^^^.^ j^^.^jp^.^ „„ ^1,^ si'st day of 

erection ind completion ..i a loui- - 



roomed 

M is.sinn 

riiiiis 



timti 



I r:inicd sclioolhOUSe lit 



IMPORTANT 
SALE — 



OF 



BuiliQ Lois 



Sylvester Uluck, 

160 

»chool 
Will V 

OC 
■t 



at a -reaucca 
Price |8,7BO. 



Canada. Great Britain or the UnitedTot whl^jSi, they th«n have nrttice. 



Dated this Sth day of August, 1I)1jI>. 

THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TRUST 
'COHPORATIOX, -— -- ^^^.J,.!_^==-«=.=.-...-. . 

12$2 .Government St.. Victoria. B, C. 
ACtornpys In fact for Bxecutlve. 



^TENBERS WANTED 



In the Supreme Court of .British JJolum^ 
bla. ,ln the' Matter of the Estate of 
— B4an«be Granolni; Deceased. 
, Tenders will hp'i-yt itd.ved- by t lif u i ide r - 
si^ned until .noon of rhe .TTst day of 
August. 44t|-( >, for . the purch as e — uf — tiu; 



viz.. lot 
:>-2. Vic- 



followlng described property. 
11 of part of section Ti, niai 
toria City. ' ' 

The hlgheit or any tender not noqei?- 
Aarlly acceiJied; " ' ' ■ " 

WM. -MONTBITH, 
Official Administrator. 

Administering th^ Kstate of Blanche. 
Grancihl, Deceased. 
Dated this 1.7th day of AuRtist. 1910. 



.States of America, as may be designated 
thereon, and .shall have attached ^o 
them coupons for the payment of Inter- 
est and the signatures of the Interest 
coupons may be either written, stamped, 
printed. Ilthograprlrod or engra ved. _ 

4. The said de'be'ntures 'shall beaFTn- 
terest at the rate of four per cent, per 
annum from the date thereof, which in- 
terest shall be payable half-yearly on 
the 2!Ht day^ of .lanuary and JTst; day 
of July, at such place, either in the Do- 
minion of i.''anada. Great Britain or the 
United States of .\mertca, as may he ex- 
pressed In the debenture and coupon. 

,5. It .shall be lawful,. for the said 
>favor to cause the said debentures ,and 
interest coupons, either or bp.th, to. he 
made payable at Isuch' place, either Iri 
the Dominion -of Canada. Great Britain 
or the t.'nited States of America, as may 
be desired. 

fi. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of 
tlie said Corporation to dispose of , the 
said debentures at a ra'te below par. 
and to authorize the Treasurer to pay 
out of the sums so raised by the sale 
of the .said debentures all expenses con- 
nected with the preparatlpn and engrav- 
ing or lithographing of the debentures 
and coupons, or any discount or com- 
mission or other charges Incidental to 
the sale of „the said debentures. 

7. If deemed advisable liy the XWyWr 
there, shall, in the said debentures, be 
reserved to the Corporation the right 

_Upon any future cbnsolldatloh of the rte- 

^he ntuf ie s Indebtedness of the city to 
substitute debentures of stich consolU 
datlon secured upon the credit . of the 
city generally. Such consolidation de- 
bentures shall contain the . like cove- 
nants; conditions and restrictions as are 
ciintalned In the debenture ' issired In 
pursuance of this b.ylaw. and In each,, 
debenture issued hereunder a clause; 
conditioned for such substitution may j --p i c C*J 'IT' 

be Inserted.. j 1 cnclers tor Sidewalks 

For the purpose of raising nnnually 
the required Sum for the payment of 
the interest oh the said debentures dur- 
ing their ctirrency. there'shall he raised 
annually the sum of $800. and for the 
purpose of creating the slnftlng futid 
aforesaid for the payment Off of th«> 



r;^buR LOTS in nbsw division;- close 

t; inand.ntar high school; at JJEtt each. 



THE CAPITAL CITY REALTY 

t o,>ir.v.NV. . 

BenI Kiitatr linaB«-lal and iDBiirnnce A««a»»s 
' rhonn 3t6S «18 Vaten ulreel. 

XTINE-HOOM HOUSE, FULLY MODERN. 

IN on ont- ot the best atreoti In Jam>?» 
B ti y , on l y (Mi t^- block 1tixm the parllanu-nt 
buildlpgn; Int 60x120, wUh a good o«iiorl- 
mcnf of fruit treos. all !t>cBrl;ig, I'rice 
53,200, on tPrrns. ' 



arid was altogether a big factor itt u- 
Britli;tT~vrclory. 

, % . II " . - 1 ' ■» . — — -i — ~ '' ' 

The populatloii' of ('hlcajro has pass- 
ed tlie 3,000,000 m.irk. according to es- 
timates based on the laio school cen- 
sus. The total minor pojujlatlonof the 
city is 814.11f. an. Increase oTTie.TGS 
over the census df 1908. ,' 

In Russia, \t. i» tb^ cujitoini of pugrt- 
llsts to breaiifast together before a 
-contest. ' ' , ' ' 



THE GLOBE BEALTY CO, 

R«am 7. \lHhoB BIk. IIU Uoveinment SL 

T«l. 1»J 



in the Towtisite of 

Coleman, Alberta 

Situated in Famous 

Crow's Nest Coal 

Fields 



,'.ipecificalion,'<, contract, and 
I'oiiiis of render may •"' -seen on and 
after the 4tli,day of Aubu.^Iv lfll(V. at the 
offices of the Government Agent, Wew 
Wo.slnilnster i: '' Abbott, Ks<i., i?ecre- 
lary to .Sclo'.i i .--lees. Mission; J. H. 
l?owinan, Ksti., aichltect, 112 " Ciiown 
HuUding, Vancouver; and at the De- 
partment of Public Works, Victoria. 

, Kach proposal must be accompanied 
by an accepted bank chetiue or certifi- 
cate of deposit on a chartered bank of, 
Canada, made payable to the Honorable I 
the Minister of Public Works for a sum t 
eaulvalent to 10 per cent, of the amount 
of the _tender. which shall be f(n-feitod 
if the party tendering decline to enter 
Into contract when called upon todo bo, 
or if lie fall to comRlete the work con- 
triacte^ fOT. Tlie chonues or certificates 
of deposit of unsuccessful tenderers 
will be returned to them upon the exe- 
cution of the contract. 

Tender.* will not be considered unless 
I m ade ou t on-the forms supuMed. ..signed 
with the actual signature of the ten. 
derer. and enclosed In the envelopes 
furnished. "" 

The lowest or any tender not neces- 
sarily accepted. ~"' 

. F. C. GAMBLE. 
Publtc 'Works Engineer. 

Public Works pepfirtment, 

Victoria B. C. ::nd August. t910. 



October, I'JOS, and numbered 1S9G1 C. 
Land It^glstry Oftlcu. Victoria, ii. C, 

*u)y '-' J", li»i-0.- - -7 — 

'J. P. McLEOD. 
Dfeputy Ilegi.slrar General. 



&a 



, NOTICE 

Capt. Edward- Barkley, 
ceased. 



K. v., Se. 



All persons having claims against the 
estate of Captain Kdward Barkley, R. 
-N ' ..deceased, late of Westhoime, B: C, 
are reqiitred to send, particulars, duly 
verified tliin'eof to Messrs. Crease & 
T^rease. 521 Fort street, Victoria, B. C, 
on or before tho 31st day of August. 

iaio._. ' 

Dated the 30th day of July. A. D. lOlO 
(Signed) ; , , 

GEOFFREY BARNARDISTON. 

lOxecutor. 



Headquarters of the Gigantic 

Collieries of the International 

Coal and Coke Co., Ltd. 



~ y NOTICE 

In' the matter of the estat^ of Blantjho 

Ede, late of th6 City ot Victoria, B. C., 

widow. 

All persons having claims agalnSt 
the above estate" i>re "requested to send 
particulars thei^eof to the undersigned 
on or before AuS"st 22. 1010. after 
which' date the executor will proceed to 
distribute 'he assets of the deceased, 
having regard only to , th« clalma of 
which ho. has notice. 

Dated this 2l8t:Ju(y, 4910,. 

Victoria, B. C. ' 

- GEO. A. MORPHY. 

, , Solicitor fdr Executor. 




CAJrCEX.Z.ATZOK &^- B£S£BTi:, 



NOTICE Is hereby given that the re- 
serve existing upon the lands embraced 
In special Timber Licences No. 202SK, 
situated near Hechelt Inlet, New West- 
minster District, Is cancelled, and that 
the said lands will be open for location, 
under the provisions of the Ltind Act, 
at midnight on October H," IKIO. 

ROBERT A. RENWICK. 
•■ Deputy Qommissldner of Lands. 
La^ds Dept.. Victoria; July 14, I'JIO. 



UEAIT#FUL 



WTK H.JVVE t50.MK UEAlTrn 
VV .)uBt ounldn of city ilrnll.B; clo«» ft 
tar: high and drj'. wUh a good view 
1450 pvr lot, on ve,ry »a»y ttrrms. 



L.OT,.S 
rrlc.< 



NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION 



TAKE NDTimrTpmhe partnership 
lieretofore subsisting between S. L. VNMl- 
sonand J. Kennedy at Victoria, BT C... 
under the .»tiie. o| J.'ThgVICtorl a' Gar- ^^ 
age" was dissolved on the 201Errffiy of.' I^hoao 



July, 1810., and' that the said business. 
Will In the future be carried on byjB,.'. 
L Wilson to wMiom all "oiiiiitanding ac 



SHAW REAL ESTATE CO. 

lo»4 — ;r-^- tot's Yate*- Blr««l 




.VVESTIOATE! _ 

— ' . M he a o. ri.« aa t " »dar Hilt load, <>niy tbrv'- 
mllcp from' City Hall, for only tl.OOO. That 




$3,500^ 



«E<-Cni5S A .NEW not SE IN 

.Jami'S 'Bay. six room*, .very 

fssy terms and small interest. A v^ry de- 

glrHbl," iirhp'-rl.v.. -~ ' 

© f Tim PAYS FOR 'a . BBAl-Tir-CL 
^P4:,'l yJyf house with over an acre of 
land. adlolnlnR -cli}' limits. ■• 

i3rSINKSS OPPX>RTCNlTIK.S 



AliHPY HAlinVVAREJ BUSINESS. A l.ONO 
>-«iabll»hprl concern, avalla,bl« at a 
very reasonahlt. ngur e. 

COfNTRV QBNBRAL ST6RI?, PROFIT 
nbl. 
Ii'argain, 



anj VcU otia-bllshed; a grnuine 



D. Mcintosh 

Real Kwtale iind 1 ln«uci»il Aicept. 

Mahoa UlUc, tjovrmment Street. Victoria 

U. C. 'ielepboaa filil.. 



Messrs. Stewart Williams.. & 
Co., of Victoria, having been duly 
instructed by --thf: International 
loal and Coke Cd„. Ltd., will sell 
by I^ublic Aliction at yictorta; 
B.C., on Monday an^ fues.day, 

the 19th and 20tli ^September, 

1910, the remaiptler of the com- 
pany's Real Estftte, Holdings in 
the City of Coleman, Alberta, 
coniprisihg some Three- Hundred 
eligible Business and Residential 
Sites, located in this thriving in- 
dustrial centre. 

For furthier and full particulars, 
pla:ns, maps, photographs, etc., 
apply to The Auctioneer, • 



NOTICE 



In the Estate; of Thomas H. Towers. 

late of Victoria. British Columbia. 
, Deceased, Intestate. 

Ail persons having claims, against the 
-tletrease*- -are- -requested -t<^— sen d_ par tlc- 
ulars thereof, diily veflfleir to tFTek un- 
dersigned on or before the 1st day of 
September. 1910, after Which date the 



NOTICE 



iratrlgable Wiiters Protection Act 
NOTlCl-:*ls hereby given that John 
Raymond of, the City of Victoria, iirii- 
Ish Colutnbla. is applying to His Excel- 
lency tho . Governor General of Canada 
In Council for approval of the plans anl 
descriptions of site, of' vvork.-i proposed 
to bo conaiTUfted by lilrii In Victoria 
Harbor Immediately fronting Lot rVUliA, : 
U.lock tl, Victoria, B. C..' and has do" 
posit(,'d Itie said plans and descriptions 
'Of site with the Minister of Kublic 
\V'orks at Ottawa and a dfipHcutfj. tii-cre- 
of with me RegTstrar'Oencra,! nf-rTltlea 
in the l^and liegistry, Oti'lce, Victoria. 
B, Ci. and thai; ^i,e mifttej.: of tlio said 
application wjM be jjrocefcded with at" 
the e.xplratroft of one hioath from the 
time of the' fir.><t piihlicatloii of this no- 
tice in die "Canada .Ga^,ette." . 
DaMid this 26th day of .luly, 1910. 

, " -VV. H, lanoj:e'K.- 

,^-' 1111 Go\e7'nment Street. 

Vic tor IB, B. CV 
—5 '■ .Solicitor for Applieanf. 



administratrix will proceed t o d l st i' ibut e 
the assets of the deceased amohg tha 
persons entitled tlj^retoiiavlng, regard 
only to the 'claim*'^of w^lich she then, 
has notice. ^-■ 

Dated this 20th 4*^ of July, 1010. 
OLIVE Jil. TOWKR}?, 
651 Belton Ave.. Victoria ^^"est. 

Victoria, B. C. 
'Administratrix. 



ALL MODERN »'»a,OM HOVBVi ON 
.7<»tm-«trr..t. lot 87 feel frontagre; only 



counts are payable and who will be re- ,, i/g, thun jiao per scrp. The adjoining 
sponsible for all liabilities in connec- ( acr.aKc i with reck on) li 58B0 acre. Thl 
tlon with the said bnslne'ss. . ' ~ 

SYDNKY L. WIL.SON, 

J, KPNNEIJY. 



OOXtPOBATIOK OF TRB OZftTlUCT OT 
OAK BAY.* • 



and Sewer 



debt at maturity there shall be raised 
annually the sum of J4Sd, •,'")■ and botli 
said .sums ■■ shall he rai.«M>d — --—an- 
nually hy s rate Sufficient tlverefnr 
on ail ratable land and lmpro\ emz-nts 
or real property In the. City of Victoria 
during the continuance of the. said de- 
hrntures or any oflhcm. 

?. This bylaw shsU. before the final 
passing thereof receive the a^.^ent of 
the electors of the said Corporation in 
the' inanner provided for In the Miiiiici- 
psl Claiifps Act. and shall -take effect- 
on the day after the flnai- passing 
thereof, " 

10. This bylaw may he cited as the 
Public. Con>enleiue i>oan n>law. 1<)I0. 

Passed the Municipal Council on tho 
ISth day of .Tuly, lOlO. ' - 

TAKE NOTICE that the miiove Is. a. 
true copy of the projifised ijivls^t^'. •upon" 
which the vote of th" Mtinltj'IpiUity will 
he taken at the building Unoun oh Num- 
bers H 1 7 and HIS (Mr. .MoHton's .Inillil- 
lng> Brrmd street, oil Mondtiy. the :i!»tli 
day of August. ifllO, that the polls will 
i>e kept open between the hours of n 
o'clock a. m. and 7 o'clock p. m,. and 
That Mr. ,'W. W, Xorthcott' has been ap- 
pointed, the Returning Officer of tl-.f 
said, vote. 

E. W. BRADLEY, 

ActluK C, M. C, ' 

Citv Clerk's Offlor. Victoria, ^, C., 
^Jiugust 17th, IfllO, 



TENDKIl.'B, sealed, en 
dressed to tlie undersigned, from whom 
copies of 8pe<»lflcations, etc., ma 
obtained, will he received up to t,w 
noon on Monday, the -"-nd *,day of Au- 
gust, Ift.tti. for the tionstructton- of ; 
Permanent iSldcWalks:"^ 

5<I,ontercy Avenue, N. (Bast and west 
(Side."*.' ' • . ., 

Hampshire Boad, H. (East side. ) 

BHghtOiB«'WMtt«e- (South eldc . 
Seweri'— ' ,." .' 

Monterey avenue. S. (l**rnm Oak 
avefiue,- to Saratoga avenue.). 

Tenders must be accompanied by a 
iertlf l^d oIief|iie_e<iuTSTrte'm-to 6 per cent 
bf-'the amount of tender. 

The cpiincil do not bind themselves 
tcp accept the lowest qr arry- tender.' , 
. K, FbWt-KR, / 
Knijlneer. 
Law Cl^iarpbeps, Baation fjftir.eet. •Vlotorl/i, 
■B. C.\.^ 



\m one of ithc v«Ty" best proposition* we have 
pvtT kno*n In Victoria. Investigate and 
bo coTivlriced. . 



I ^ 4iaM|l , IJ| iii L. U l 



4{EWLINGS &CG. 

lt«t Broad Street. ,PhoB« ' ITI*. 

•1 (a**? i^nn—'CORNEk i.oT, oak bay dis- 
dorsad and ad- ^P—.UlMjL 



V be «{i K(U^ FOR TW 

A . , ^ I 'HT'T ., ... 71 ■-,..:"!*;* , . .^ 



trl<t; lUOxlOO. feet. (ISOfl caab J 

ioK" TWO cohnbA lots on 



So ni\(\ FOH HOC-SB, AND 1V4 ACRES, 
0,U!L/U A'ic<orla Arm (I^rtag* Inlet); 
good view; j^oodwcll of water. 



(GORDON HEAD •UOAD-^28 ACRES. $70l 
X . per aer«. , > , 

~~o"nTr'eAL STBteBt, UOUSB AND LOl' 

Hi:, 81)0. ■, ■ ■ , ,; y 

JSiLXljj»i "r/VA— ftAAKttr 'H DISTRlC y . -VO^-^-U- 
I «ii>4:,«.>yv/ ' Serb's with small house, .^rtj^y 

i.'ultlvu.tcd. , . .' ,„.•' 



MODERN 
yi.&OO; lortnn 



CJEMl Ml>DKRN 

i5. Third •irr-ii. only . >1«^ 50 



S-ROOM HOfSB 
Jerms.' 



ON 



rpWO LOT.>; IN HCRlfBrjm, »«7& EACH. 



T-WO I.OTS iLOSE TO COOK HTREET 
$150 <aih. 



"Stewart Williams 

637 For^treet, Victoria, B. C. 



M 



C. ARTHUR REA 

Rest Eatate. Iniurancp, Mnncy to Loan, Eta 
Phone 1K21. Law Chambera Bastion Sv 

I>«ABM LANOa— IMPROVED. Wn,,L EX- 
chnnKe Kood . tnrma In Manitoba for 
city proparty. SirivcraJ .Victoria homes tor 
sala at reaionablo prlpim and terma 



aynari 

ArCTIO.N'EERp 



cl& 



c 



on 



Corparation of- the City 
of Vernon 



CITT OXiS&X "W ANTED 
WOK,, B. C. 



FOB VERr 



•Applications vlll '>e r-'-i-'"! "I' »■' 
29th Augustrif^lti. by the council r>.f Hie 
City Of Vernon for the position of Clerk 
and Treasurer, Salary »i:;u_p,r n'lontli 

ApplLcaiLts. with previous municipal 1 

experience preferred, |. 

.Apply stating iiuaWO'cation ami refer- | 

ences, to ' ,( 

n, c. T,vrE. ■ ' 

Acting I'lty <'ir"ik, 

■ ■ .VernOn, H 1 ', 



' " WATER. ACT, i,auy." 

TAKE NOnci'> that f, Frederick N. 
Norton, of the city of Vancouver, B. C.. 
lumlierman. Intend to appl'y to the Lieu- 
leiiaiit-Go\ernor in Council on. Tuesday, 
the lllh day Of October., A. D. llilH. at 
the Ijour of 11. o'clock In the 'forenoon, 
or .'•o soon thereafter as tlie application 
can be heard, for a linal license under 
Parts .XI, and XII. of the "VVater Act, 
l!>fi:>.", to clear and remove obstacles 
!i 1(1 Salmon', rl.ver andOrford bay, an 
Hini <if Bute Inleti British Columbia, 
for the viurpose of .making the same fit 
for i,afting and driving logs and pen- 
nlifirhack oin'l storing ■water, and for 
ere('ting booming-grounds in said Or- 
fori-l bay. approximate maps, plans and 
pai licnlars of which undertaking are 
lilcd In til? offices of the t'hief Com- 
iiris.«:loiie.r of I,aiii1a- and Water Commis- 
i-lonnr at Viitorla. 

irat(d this y.<\.\\ iiay of .luly A. D, 
1''1M l-.RBDl'iK.Ick. .N, NORTON. 



FBES 



BONDED 



■♦- ♦ ^ ♦ ♦ 



M 



1 (Ki\ A^'RKS' SI'KOAT LAKB. V6 OHAlNi:; 
XO" Wattrfrbrit, 170 per, afr6'. 

c 



^tTY PROPERTY: tJOOD LNVBS'fMiS!f*Tf»v« 
on' Uouttlas. >lMhni)i>n and 'Vatca Btront, 



Municipal Notice 



CoJ?iftpanli« 'Wlndlag' Vp Act, 1898, 
. I NOTICE , 

Flnarweetlng ptlrsuant to Section 89,. 
to be hcia'at the offlFO of J. G. Elliott 
on the. 23rd day of August at tho h.Qur 
of 3'"'p. m. to receive report and pass 
account of JLhiuldatcw of tlio ..Stuart 
Robertson Company, Limited. . 

A. HTUART ROBERTSON. 

Llauldaior. 
Dated rit \|. lorla. R, C, tUi« it*i 4«y 

C. H. RICHARDSaH.-— 

i:,,..ni I l:ii«tnJr» • 



CITY- 

1218 Douglas. 8i, 



Births IVIarriages, Deaths 



JOHN-'-At .St Joseplii;! iiospital 
J-^day. Augusi iRtlj> 1910. 
wife of 11" 



late.R. 



Oppni)tt<) Merchants Bank 



fl.OOO 



RUVS 7-ROO.H COTTAOB, OAIf 
Rny. lot flOxiaO. ' 

ffiO r Ar\^tItR R.ROOM COXTAUh 
VS^iia,0\f}J Ferntt-ood rokd. 



I ■ ivl' 'croiind Telephone 



n 



2 — Sewer I.""" ': - •' <■ ■ ; 
\9f^:- 

3._^prlng Ki.Ue I-.i. i ^ : 
Law. • %■ 

4_$Sn.OftO School I,..?i-. I! • I .'■ 

B—DaUas. Rprol I ■ ' M.I.., 

1 ? 10. 

fi —isolation HospltAj By-Law. i;iMi, 
7— Public Convenience Loan By- La 
19,10. 

I hereby give notJcft rhat suoh of the 
electors of the. municipality of the city 
of Victoria as are entitled to vote on 
bylaws for lalstng money upon the 
credit of the municipality, are re<li)ested 
to attend nt the pcilHnK place known «« , 

X ^ , i , - - . . ,1 \ t i l\ 1*1 .... I .. 1 u f ,',.,. « 1,1 t 1 1 . . I 



$0 OHA fti'YS THoRQira^i dy 1«od- 
^,tj\f\' .(in r.-rnom cottage, parifllod 
ball__and dlnlni?roon'i with irrnt'^ and pint" 
rack; Rnod bancrninl. closf In and cUiSf to 
car line; lot i>ft.xl3.T to ianv! small -cash 
pay m 'lit. lialancf JL'O iiKiiithly. This I* less 

ll,Rtl tV nllDK-.- In I-.tll>.<t fnr. 



riuirs- 
Rose Ella, 

V. Jph n . . 

Funeral will take place irom the late 
residence.. .South ■ Saanlch, Sunday,- .\U- 
gUHi -.'1. IfllO. at 2" p. itt.- 

Frlentls and acquaintances' pleits fr acn 
Cejit this Inti'natloij.' ; 

JftlTCHlE— At tlic faWilly, residence. No. 
?tjrnwaH street, on the ISiii ln»t.. 

James Ritchie, a nittve of Carluke. 

Lanarkshfre. Scotland, aged 6'2. years. 

Tlio funeral will take plaqe from tlie 
residence as above on Sunday, August 

list, at ;i, o'clock. 

Fijiends wlll_p|eft«e accept, this inti- 
mation.,' ,• .. .■ V * . 

'Intcrme4it,"in Ros sBay cemetery. 



Instrilcted we will soil at our Sales- 
room. 13H Broad street oh 

TOD.W, 2 P.M. 

.Mmost New ' 

Furniture and 

..Effects"' 

tricluding: Hatne's tipWrlght piano, 
Doffl. organ, rolled top office desk, Oak I 
book case afMi desk combined, ladies' 
oak secretarv, TtantJaome oak side- 
hoard, mission .buffet, 2 good bed 
lounges, 2 goTTd hall racks,' centre 
tabltea; rockers, letter covered couch. 1 
Oaunge. good pictures, over mantel,'! 
mirrors, very good carpets,"' carpet- \ 
squares, rugs, extension table, dining j 



NOTICE 



Zt« Oat>t, 



IT., Da- 



MERCHAWDISE , O.r AI.I* KINDS 
STORED AND DISTBIBITTED 

Duncan's Warehouse 



Negotiabl* 'Warehonse B^ctrlpts ls< 



-tEE-AND FRASER 



Granite and Marble Works 

Monuments. Tablets. Granite 
Copings, etc.. at lowest prices 
consistent with first class stock 
and' 'ivifrlrmff'Trahlp. -_— 

--^— ' — A,- 8T E W A RT . 

Cor. Yates and Hl.mnh.trd sts. 



tvrnl Kilt all' uiii 



;rf.vwi)or> Rt),\n.-srx room hocsi:, j G»,ir: 



« t « . 

U'^-7_P' 



-r y.i'.:i,.>,, ,-,.;.,.,,. 
' inn, lhr>T-<4Uart 

i i':llli''. 

1-E -..- , 



f-rrt 

1 ^ ni n n • h 5 



ill Illcil', 111 



. ,ta'.fl<(0; qanti 
7 per I'^nt 



ii|54r)00- 

i $2500 



1111(1 lii^unifK.- .\i!iiO», Ir 


•Ml" c 


A \ .■rill'-. 




WILL rCKCHASn A 


FIX 


1.M.111..1I, inndfrn l..TiJRf. on 


rinr- 



Edward Barkley, 
ceased. 

AH persons having ,> lainia nK.iinst tli ,.,„,., 

estate of Captain Edward Barklc, R. Sued. PurnUnre and Household Goods 
N,. deceased, late of Wcstholme. H. C., | carefully handlsd. Stoae Building and 
are re.|!ilre<l to send partlculais. <J"'>' '.t,ow Insuran'os. 
verified thereof to Mri-srw. Crewse it 1 • 

Crease, 621 p-ort street, VlclT.iriiaijJE*,- C. I . ■, . 

on or'bcfore the 3l8t ' day jpf Aut;u..^t. ; 

1910. 

.Dated the SiHIi c1h\- of .July, .\, I'. Ifin 

(Signed) 



Phona 1665. 



535 Tates St. 



GEOFFREY BARNAROISTON, 

, • ■ . , Executor. 




OANOEIiX.ATZON OP BBSEBVB. 

NOTICE is hereby glvpn that the re- 
chairs verv'gdod 09M. bedr'ootn suite, 2 j serve texls'tlns: upon the 'lands ombrrtccd 
very fine iron bedsteads, -springs ami 1 in special Tlmb.-r Licences Nos. 2«962, 
mattresses, child's very good iron coL-LiSae.-i apd 2S9ti4. situated in Ooldstre am 
dressers and stands, tOiWt sets, towels. District, is cancelled, and that tho said 
spreads, blankets, etc.. Ijltchen cup- i lands will ho open for, location under 
hoard, K. tables, K. cotnfort. cooking | ti,e provisions of the Land Act at mid- 
utenslls, carpenters' tools, tivo cook ^jg^t on tjctoher > M. 19l<*- 
Stoves, lawn mower, gent's bltycle. lot ' ROBERT A. RENWICK. 

of doors, etv. On view, thi^ afternoon ( * Deputy Corpmissloner of tands, 

and morning' of sale; [ Lands Dopt.? Vicioria. July 14. 19 10. 

STOClC ETC. 
Four-year-old hops^. gr.ey horse, bay 
mare, ajid others, part Jersey cqw In 

i calf 7-months, 2 cows milking, express 
wagon with brake, almost new harness, 
light wagon, set of harnegs; buggies, 
citrts, ptci. Mexican saddle, English 
H.iddle. ladles' side saddie, lof of chlck- 

i-ena, ctC- 

MAYNARD & SON. ^ Auctioneers. 



Sniii 



hi 



Stawait, B.C., and Pritics 
Rupert, a. C' ' 



» Fiscal Agents for the • 

Main Reef Mini ng Co. 

The pfo|yeny of this com- 
pany ad.ioins that of the 
Stewart M+nint^.^and Devol- 
opineht Co. 




■ w — n i ii — wrwia— 



OANCfZ:LI.ATION OP BBbKB'V K 



NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS 



■J.-^AIRKIKM) ESTAT'B. >ftSAR CAM LINK 
1 — Olive sirofl. four lots each SOxCO. 
$700 i>ttcli; ^anh »100 at |I0 month. 



KIT and Ml.'* Uroa.l utrccl. In tli"'6<xi:t 



BI-Ol^ OK EHIHT LOTS NKAR PA L; 
ronrl. nn N 

T'ri. . 5 l.l'i'i 



l\ Inn ronrt nn Mnsii 'titrrf.^t,, fflch Int. li 



c>n Mniili.-iil 

roll A Kivi.. ..;.,. 

laRc, ..close In, inT~ i,'ollln«on TStr-f*w 1 



1J I • \' T VX> 1 



iiV 



$4000^"' 

S~^<)^1\ O-Nl.l I'lK .\ >!•, V I, .S io.li r.Vl- 

».)— 01.' id butiRalo'w on . Mvtizlcs street. 

iriff«i»-ni In rvcry renpi^ct, , 



- Kon 

,. an ){ nrMiijt"!' 



r.'.tr taction., of ft, 

the plumbing 

Messrs. 

Douglas 

to nooB 



i-i.:.vuii:iv^-Xof„ tii' 

.r\( liMitirillK, and (..1 

: tlici'.for foi 
.1, Scoll on 

I, .ire Invilcii iip 
„r i^riiHt 29th, Cilii -^ 

.•fl). iny~Tenil' 

■pKrttT ' ' rrrrrir: 

PlanK-ajail.Jilii;>^'fl<'«li"'i' '•-' " 

at the office of . 

_, II .-■ .liftll'-l'-IT'll, Aichllccl, 

lOOi; Government tji. 



< caucoif«;u 

DAVIES & SONS ill 



Al'<':il' i.NKI'^Ht^ " 
665 AND 828 YATES STREET 

'^^ To Rent 

,: ; .'.i,.. , I .lura'irTor-afai''', 

pianos, .scalers from 3oc' dozen, beds, 
bureaus, chairs, blinds from 26c and 
lots of'rither gnoils. Davies & .Sons, 
Auctioneers, 5t)5 and S'J8 Vatos street. 



NOTICE ife hereby given that 1 - 
aefve existing in crown lands 1 
vicinity of Bal'lnc Lake. sltuali- m 
Range a. Cost District, notice of Vlilch 
was published In the 13ritlsii Columbia 
Qaieette, dated December ITtli) 1!J08, is 
cancelled in so fat- as said reserve re- 
lots numliered- 1510, 1518, JCl 7, 
4olU,.lu07. loOG, 1&06A. I^'H- 
l.)C.'. l.'.ll. 1505,- i:".'!!. 
150S, 1530, Ihil, : ^ 

I53;i. 1634. 1533, i.,.. ,, . 

154(1, 1641, 1541, lo4:i, ibid, 
1547. 1548, 1549, 15.''. 1620. 
1623, 1524. i5i!5. 1..J6 and 



NOTICE 

I .I'mpcrs and Picnicers are 

]rcrniitted to land pn 

bcct-«i)n -96,- E.^qviim'-alt DIst 

ti'ict, other\Vise known as 

koscbank. ' 

Jiirie t3th, 191P. 



I i5;ii, i6a'.i, 

15(16, 16.;8, 

laU, 1542, 

j ir.Jl. 1522, 

I Vial. 



RORE'RT A. REN'V\I<'K. 
Deputy t'omtniH.-norior of Lands. 
Lands Department, Vlctoila, B- C,, 
.lune' I6th, 1910. 



Advertise in THE COLONIS 



Livery Stables 



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WOOD AWB STOVE 'WOOt* 
rOR. SALU 



R. DAVERNE, 1615 Onu,4las .St. 

(iu|v.-u« City Rail. 
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VICTORIA DAILY COLONIST 



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Saturday, August 20, 1910. 



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Visit Our Tea Rooms, Third 
Floor. A Cup of Good Tea 
Is the Best Refreshment 
YouCan Have. 



DAVID SPENCER, LIMITED. 



All of Our Chocolates Are 
Made on the Premises. They 
Are Pure and Wholesome 



Saturday Bargains 

Furnishing and 



House 





Our Drapery Department i)pcn.>- up tlii> lUMrniii!^ with simic fine 
bargains in Art Drapin- l-'al>ric^, un-lnilniL; I'liiitcd Sateen&^_Qrc- 
touncs, Casement Cloilis. rrinud Muslins, i'rintcd Canvases, 
Madras Muslins, Art v'^crg'cs, 'rai)csirics. Silks and Brocades-. 

Drapery Fabrics at 15c to 35c 

Arts and Crafts Draping Fabrics in every style of design and color- 
ings tlmt is rei|un-cd vn make the windows look- neat and daintv_ 

1 oday. _?5o, _ ;>;, Jik- .' »-.■■. i--, ,'.>'*■«■ .'i'V .".■ . . 15^" 

Madras Muslins, Today, at 25c 

Printed Sateens in a big \ ariet y of co lors and dainty. Today»:45c^. 
-'5c, _^oc 15<^ 

Madras Muslins, ecrti s hade, double width. These muslins make 

dainty curtains foT bedromsc("nid''"Fina.ir drawing-rooms, ,j.nd are 
largely used for casement cujrtains, and come inalargfeTHAMnber of 
designs. iocia3' •••*••»•*•*..•••«•,«..' .•»«^. •••• ••^...♦...ii^Oy 



White Enamelled Beds, 
7.30, This Evg, $3.25 




7 tjo^^this e v^Ti i n g^ shoul d' proTn 

esting hour in the big store. We are 
placing on 5ale "White Enamelled Beils. 
fhese are in plain styles," in single, threc- 

_ .jquaxteLSnd^ulLsk?^„^.riM^^ . . $3.25 



RocKers Special, 7.30, This 
Evenin g, 
$1.90 



Rockers, made, in 
birch - niahoo-any 
finish. S' ■I'.i'- ■ m 
these-- have cobbler 
seats. They are well 
finished and excep- 
tionaf vfilQ^. ThfeS?. 

—if sold in the regu- 
lar way, w 'uld sell 
at $3.25., This even- 
ing at 7:30 you may 
choose at ..^l.QO 




Novelty Ribbons Just Arrived 



Some Re ally Fascinating Effects in 

Blouses 

The advance styles shown in Blouses^this year are in- 
deed interesting both as to material and finish which we 
are Sa tisfied you will say repi^s¥nTs^tTfe~T naxTrnurn of value 
fnr the money expended. It will prove a j^leasant surprise 
i ndeed io you, to come i^}^-a. nd look th em oven 2nd floor. 

The New fair Goods Are Showing 
Themselves i n AH Depa« 

I'. vor} departmetit- is showing' some t hing, new for fall 
use, most notable'amongst these are the new .Dresden ef- 

" ' ' '■■ ■'■■ " ■ — " ■ -'■ " — — »■-■ ' ■ '■ — III — .., — ■■..■II 1,1. .,y.i.»._,., .- ,. , ; .,A- M., _.■: 

fects in silk and velvets, our Government street "windows 
are at present- -refleettftg a splendid array. You will find 
them most interesting. ' * "^ 



The New Costumes Are Masterpieces 

-■'-■■■ ■ . .. ■- - ■ ' '"■ ' ' ■ watv ^ "" '- ■■ " ■ " ' " ' ' — — — 

The new suits for women this fall are particularl y in- 
tcresting t o all women who wish something smart in wear- 
i ng apparel, particular attention seems to have been g i ve n, 
to the tailoring a nd finish which, we might say, is far, to sa y 
the least, in advance of any previous season. You will find 
1 1 1 ri n\ new innovations heretofore not seen, many n ew 
shad es are showm , also male ri.i Is , we w ould be pleased in- 
deed, to sho w yo u these and would consider it a favor al!%) 
a pleasure to show them whether vou purchase or not. 

B russels Carpet Squares Special, 

Today, 413.75 

Brussels Carpet Squares — Tin : ; ,ke of carpet ha^- a wo'rIa*Wl<le 

r( [itii.it 1' >i) ;'i I l(;tr>l wrar, and ui (nn iinmcn.sc stOck can be found a 
ruL' - which will hannoni/r w iMi ( .. crx ■ - lu nic > -' ilc.' i; ,i ' i' mv Thcx- 
c.rii' ■:. ■••■! greens, fawns, ii'iial. rnii n; i p .ii,!; and ()< • ' " ■' '■ 
' i_t:ii . '.::■.;;■: : i'-;- the mouth !-> pm-JM-r >, 115.1: . .it bari:'..i.:. i-;.;"-.. 
Sl/e ■• 3 .'V .5- I '1 11 '■ 1^13.75 

Wilton Rugs, Today, $22.50 

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W'ilton Pile 1?ugs---Thi^ make oi nig i~ unMirjia>'-t'(l fcr .|iiaht\ :uiii 
lurability. ' There is no carpet .lurned out of looms tliat wears 



Dining Table Special, Today, at $14^75 

Dining Table, f inished quartcr^tit surfaced oak, heavy pedestal* 'extension. Round top 
3in. across, 8ft. long when extended.' ,5SpecialT*day ^14 

50 Pairs Notting- 
ham Lace Curtains 
on Sale This Ev'g, 
at 7.30. Reg. $1.50 
for 90c 

A gfCfit oaj-;.;ain awaits 

yod.ln, Noti^ngham Lace 

Curtains tonight. These 

are in a 'side ; pattern of 

fl ora,! . and conventional • 
:desigrit Tftey'are^ery 

fine quali'tyfor the price 

and shouldmake buying^. 

brisk ^during thiir~even- 

ing. Regular $1.50 val- * 

uesv . Fo* /!.....'.. 90o 



4ft. 
.75 





21»Piece Deco rated Gilt Tea Sets, regula r $1.40, Tfliis 

Evening, at 90c 

Six cups,- six. isaucers, six tea plates, one cake.plate, one, slop basin, one°creamer. The re- 
mainder of a large parcel which was priced at .'i5i.40'per set. W^ill be cleart^d this even- 
ing at 7 ?3^' ^^ • ....'...,.. ... .^.•.. .^^. ...... .....•..'• .••,..,... «_7Vf ^ 

Towel Racks and Sleeve Boards Priced for QuickSelling 



Kitchen Towel Racks, 5 arm, 24in. sijEjCu 'foday Special . 
Wood Towel Rollers, i8in. sir.e, metal ends. Today Special 
Wood Sleeve Boards, with clamp. Today Special 



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A Clea n-U p Sale of Children's Dresses,^ sizes 1 to 14 
years, regular to $1.50, This Evening, 90c 

This evening: we inten d cle aring the' balance of all out CiHldren's.Dress€$jWhicii range in 
prices up to $r.50j at 90c;. These include .sizes up* to 14 yearVare.in gingHama. prints, etc.. 
in many pleasing styles, in stripe and check effect. . RtgUlaKvalU'cs to .$1.50. 7:30 ,.thi:i 
«yening ". ' Q0<*; 




Special^Lines in Corsets 

D. & A.j^tyle 626. I long .skirt, medium bust, six good/ strong sup- 

pdfters7 made froiii une quality batiste.. All sizes 19 to 30'. Price ^1.75 

Style 294, long skirt, medium low bust, four supporter;?, made from good 
quality jean. A 11 size-; 1 s i . , 28. Priqe ^1.50 

Style 483, made from light-weight batiste>^extrjjo.ng.skkt,low.i>uis^ 

ideal summer garment. All si>7e.s,ri8"to"26T~^^^^ <.."1^7.J^l;3i5=f^ 

Also in this departnjycnt yoij Will find aM stylbs of L,adi^s*. Brassieres, 

■>i/< s 32 to 44, at 75C to .'..... ' . . .'. ."......... . ,.' ;*".,,. .f 1.50. 

Ladies' Dress Protectors ^3.00 

Ladies' Sanitary Belts. 25c to ................ / ; . . .45<' 

Ladies' Sanitary Towels, per dozen, 25c to.- . .$1.00 

School Children's Waists, 35c to ,.,.^1.50 

Children's Shoulder Brace> _._ ^...-. , ^. . t^, .50<^ 

Corset Clasps, Corset Steels, Clasp Protectors, Corset Shields, Busti 
Forms, Dress Improvers, Corset Laces 



( ;h. CTiristina. liv tl 
Grcgf • 

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The \ rl ir 1 .IH' 1 i '• 

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New Arrivals in Copyright Fiction 

ic auth'ir of W ■ ■■ 1 1:- 



' Ij.h l •nil' 'T 

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KmnvK's . . 
Thursv'in . 



lothc extent that the Wilton .Piles do._ These rug^ are in a jarge 
as«iortnifnt mI (hsigns and colonTigs and arc suuable for every 

,.,,,,,1, .;,, thr h.iu^c. \'i'-i; ''''I'd I'lMM f,,r h.i- bargains in carpet's. 

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.'R32.50 



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b'scph Vance, l)y Morgan , . 
Treasure Valley, by Keith 
Soldier of the Future, by iJavw ^ , 
Somehow. Good, by De Morgan . 
Afasterman aiul Son. by Dawson 
Corina, bv Kirkland ...... ..... 

Web of Time, _by. Knowles SJ51.35 

And Hundreds of Others 

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if 1.35 

..*^1.35 
.^1.15 

, Jp J. • .w O 

.$1.35 

..^1,25, 

..^1.35 

.Sj?1.25 



We will ha\'c a en 
SUPPLIES when 

day, Au: ^ : '■ ■ 

Seaside Novels. 

cbn< I'-c from, _.; ;• m 

Ward Lock 



'■ '■<• line of SCHOOL, 
school , .]K n-- on Mon- 



Sixpcuuy 

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W'r have just opened uj) a nevvHiie of Ribbons, the latest ideasifro'm 
liaris, They are in I-jmcy Plaids and Stripes, with pretty shot ef- 
fects, ^^hey are about 18' inches wide am! the ]uice is, per yard. 
75c and . . . . ; ,. , .>-•'. .$1.00 

Another good line is a -lovely quality Duehesse Ribboris, a good 6' 
inches wide, and come in all the newest shades. This make will 
be the correct thing for millinery, sashes, girdles, etc. Per yd., 50^ 

See 'our line of Fancy Paisley Satin Ribbons, 5 and 6 inches wide, at 
per yard, 35c and. '. • • 50c 

Always Something New in the 
- Ladies" Neckwear Section 

-= — — . , I . I 1 ,111 . ■■ I : . i , .1 m ;» ' ' _ — , 

We have a splendid assortment of Jabots, ranging in price from 25c 

Dutch Collars, that are so much in demand. ' We have a complete 
range from I5^c to $2.50 

Fancy Guipure Lace Jabots at. each. 25c. 35c and ;. . . .5^0^. 

Lace Collars in heavy Guipure Lace,, very useful for yokes, etc. in 
ecru only.. Each .^^ 75<J 

Fancy Silk and Satin Bows^in a variety of shapes and colo rs. Each, 
^ 50C and 254J 

See our variety jn Fancy Linen Stiff Collars, neatly embroidered, in 
all sizes, 12^2. to 15. Each ........... J.. .25<i 

Good Values from Hosiery Dept. 

Ladies' Spun Plated Silk HosC, daiible heels and tpes. full fashioned 
legs, in shades c^f pink, sky, feseda, mauve,. ^'i'le, tan, brown, emer- 
ald, white, crearii and black.' Per, pair ... .\ ............ .^1.00 

Xadies' Plated Silk Hose,- nice fine quality, double toes' and heels, 
fast black stainless dye, all sizes, 8;5^ to lo. Per pair 4 : . . !$1.50 

Misses' Spun Plated Hose, with fancy lace ankles. Colors are red, 

pink, ^'ile, emerald, gold and white. Sizes,, 6, 6jj, 7 and 7' _■. l'.^r 

■pa|r .........,;.. 1 . .50<* 

Ladies' Plain Lisle Thread Hose, light weight, just right fo.r present 
wear, full fashioned legs, with .double heels and toes, in bTack only. 
Sizes, 8^, 9, 9^ and. 10. Per pair, 35c. or 3 pairs for $1.00 

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Latest Productions in Fancy Scarfs 

Wc have just received a delivery of Xovclty Scarfs direct from 
London and Paris. 

Rich Satin Scarfs, with heavy 
tassel ends, are the very lat- 
<?st. We have them in dif^X 
fereilt ~ shades of browns, 
navy, mole, cream and black, 
. Each •■ • .$3.75 



Fancy Lace Scarfs, with and 
wil,hout silk friu,L;c. in ntciiN 

: shades of p,riinol]c, . rc-cda, 

' . rose ,etc. . Tlie>-e are a c'. ' 'il 
2\'i yards long J?H.75 

Better qualities up to $2.5.00 



Ladies' Imitation Chamois Gloves, 

per pair, 35 c 

This is. a splendid Clove for everyday wear, and just look'; like a real 
chamois 'glo\e. It is a splendid' washing glove irnrTts specially 
priced. In natural shade only. Per pair ........ . . . .35c* 



Black Lace Edg ings and inseflions^ 
^ per yard. ~25c 

This is exceptional value and vai-ies in widtli from ij^ to 4 inches 
wide! Some have, fancy jet beads, , Others are in fancy dc'sighs* 
All in one lot at, per yard . . .■, . i i *. 4 :.,.. ■ - ■ - • 25f^ 



Station' 



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A Popu lar and Interesting Dept. 

That is' what our ciistomers- say of our PATENT MEDICINE 
and TOILET ARTICLES DEIVARTMKI^T. Our aiin is to keeti 
it so by giving you th' ' xtensivc. buying facilitic^s, 

whereby you canptirch... , m mcu-^.o low and reasonable prices. 
You can always rcl\ on ><uv L;>iods being genuine and our stock fresh. 
The following list, picked at random from our -stock, will give 
titles to-|~y°" 3" '^"^^ °^ ""'' PJ'i'^'^s: 

Seidl'itz Powders, S in b^x i ^■■. .^i ..> i<.f , .'. . ^..:.....,^. .... .,..,^. . 

Abbey's Salt, large ..».4..',». '...»> • 

Enos Fruit Salt, $1,00 v)/.,- .' 

Sal Hepatica, $( .35. 70c an.l . . /....:. 

Bromo Seltzer, S 1 .00, 50c, 251 

" Sodium Phosphate, 1 lb , 

''"' ■ j Fluid Magnesia ' 

" I Fruit-a-Tives, large 15f' 

ITk- I Dodd's Kidney Pills, V"" mzc f-r . . . . tOc 



25<* 



25<^ 



25r 
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